In case you haven't heard, a GRAND BARGAIN has been reached by a mayoral committee tasked with solving Seattle's housing crisis. How grand is this bargain? Stranger writer Ansel Herz is on the show to tell us exactly how grand, and to explain what this bargain's going to mean for apartment dwellers, single-family homeowners, and developers over the next 10 years.
Also on the show: Leila Marie Ali, who managed to find $400-a-month rent in the midst of Seattle's housing crisis by living in a tiny, tiny house on wheels. What happens when a city inspector tries to figure out whether a tiny house on wheels deserves a permit, and if so, what kind? Leila tells all.
And then Stranger art critic Jen Graves drops by to tell us about the upcoming Seattle Art Fair, which was born out of a Paul Allen "fever dream." Plus the music of Girlpool, playing the Capitol Hill Block Party on July 25!
Blabbermouth July 24, 2015
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