Oct 18, 2018
Chief Correspondent Steve Scher talks with Natalie Ross, co-author of Seattleness, about geography, maps, and new beautiful ways to look at information (2:50). Steve also speaks with Dr. Marie Wong about the value of land in Seattle's International District and the harmful practice of developers renovating storefronts and pricing out local businesses (13:04). Correspondent Grace Hamilton sits down with David Hu to discuss the latest research on animal locomotion, and how the study of animal behavior and physiology is benefiting robotics, food conservation, and more (15:45). And Edward Wolcher, Town Hall's Curator of Lectures, shares his thoughts about our November event calendar and lineup (28:01). Get an insider's look and stay in the know about what's going on in this moment at Town Hall.