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Animals We Live With and Blue Scholars

Megan Sukys/Dave Beck
09/13/2007

Humans and animals will always have to live together. A wildlife biologist tells us about the wild animals we live with. Also today, the hip hop group Blue Scholars explains what it means to call Seattle home, and Amanda Wilde shares a tune we didn't know we knew so well.



At 2:05 p.m. - Animals We Live With
Humans and animals will always have to live together. If you live anywhere with houses, trees, or garbage cans, then you also live with animals like raccoons, rats, and squirrels. Jack Thompson is a wildlife biologist and the owner of A All Animal Control of Puget Sound. He's going to teach us about the wild animals that live near us, and sometimes with us.

Related Links:
  • A All Animal Control


  • At 2:25 p.m. - Blue Scholars (archive from 6/14/07)
    There is a distance between home and where we live. That's a line from the new album from Seattle's celebrated hip-hop group, Blue Scholars. It's called Bayani and on it the duo of MC Geologic and DJ Sabzi look back on the journeys their parents, their community and the country have taken. In an archive from June 14th, 2007, they share it means for them to call the Northwest home.

    Related Links:
  • Blue Scholars


  • At 2:50 p.m. - Sounds Familiar
    Amanda Wilde, host of The Swing Years and Beyond, joins us with the little-known history of songs we didn't know we knew so well.

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