It's the end of another big week and we'll be talking, of course, about one of the biggest things that happened: the death of David Bowie at the age of 69. Stranger Arts and Music Editor Sean Nelson is on to take me through Bowie's life, his work, and his enduring enigma.
Writer Matt Baume is also on to discuss the giant, ugly scar that Interstate 5 cuts through downtown Seattle and the beautiful, park-covered lid that a local architect wants to put over it. He's calling it The Big Lid.
And since the Seahawks won last week (hooray!) and are still in the playoffs (hooray!), sports writer Spike Friedman will be back to catch us up on how we beat the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday, and why we're going to demolish the Carolina Panthers this Sunday.
Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo. (Whose incredible show, Now I’m Fine, is playing in New York City right now and just got a RAVE review in the New York Times! If you’re in the vicinity, get tickets immediately!)