Today’s Buzz features the birth of eaglets, Drumpf’s sick obsession with Megyn Kelly, Batman, and Batman.
Right Now With Ian Davidson
What I’m Doing: Recovery from an epic laser tag session
What I’m Listening To: Freakonomics
What I’m Watching: Seattle Sounders v. Vancouver Whitecaps
Eaglet Number 2 Is On The Way For America’s ‘Most Patriotic Nest Cam’ The American Eagle Foundation confirms that there’s a “pip in progress” on the second egg in the nest in the National Arboretum — meaning the baby bird is starting to break its way out.
- Webinar:The 10 Commandments of Town-Gown Relationships– March 27
- Webinar: What Local Governments Get Wrong About Websites – March 31
- Webinar: Future Schedule Technology Efficiency Series – New Webinar Every Month
Can Google’s ‘Popular Times’ Feature Change the Way We Plan? Google’s popular Times can contribute towards better car parking and street planning, but it has the potential to radically change how we plan.
On Hillary Clinton as ‘Congenital Liar,’ and Other Strains of the Campaign: The late NYT columnist William Safire, in 1996. After he wrote a column saying that then-First Lady Hillary Clinton was a “congenital liar,” then-President Bill Clinton said that he would like to punch Safire in the nose.
Local Gov Confidential
The world’s most livable city — maybe? Austria’s capital is renowned for its culture, beautiful public places and wine. But are they enough?
Capitol Hill, UW light-rail stations open: Sound Transit light-rail stations opened Saturday morning on Capitol Hill and at the University of Washington, amid hoopla and an expected change in how thousands of people in the Seattle-area plan their commutes.
Kasich, if president, would consider nominating Garland to court: Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Saturday broke with much of his party on Merrick Garland, saying he’d not only consider meeting with President Barack Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court — he’d consider nominating Garland himself if he were elected president.