pie is history

Molly and Bill fly off into local TV history with help from an iconic aircraft and a trio of the region's best-known broadcasters.

music: richard o'neill

Talented violist Richard O'Neill grew up in Sequim, WA, but he's known worldwide for his performances and for the youth orchestra he leads in South Korea.

seattle opera supernumeraries

Before the soprano sings, a corps of talented volunteers devote their time and energy to the Seattle Opera, but they're not behind the scenes. They are on stage, and they are the Supernumeraries!

speight jenkins

Seattle Opera general director Speight Jenkins is retiring later this year, so PIE followed him around on a very busy "night at the opera" to make this tribute.

art seen: ellie & amy

Seattle dancers/choreographers Ellie Sandstrom and Amy O'Neal have created a unique and enduring collaborative partnership.


Seattle's KEXP is a radio force to be reckoned with, and a beacon for the "Seattle sound" around the world. PIE visits their cramped quarters and takes a peek at the station's future.

performance: poet laureate <br/> elizabeth austen

Elizabeth Austen was recently named Washington State Poet Laureate, and came by the PIE studios to talk about and read poety.

syttende mai

Seattle's Ballard neighborhood has deep Scandinavian roots, and a big annual celebration of Syttende Mai.

humaira abid

Humaira Abid divides her time between Pakistan and Seattle, and she creates unbelievably intricate works with wood and paint.

ReScene: winslow/bainbridge

Along a major thoroughfare for Seattle ferry commuters, re-discover the quaint boutique lined streets of downtown Winslow on Bainbridge island.