Re-Entry – Life After Incarceration

As part of its efforts to acknowledge and address racism on Vashon and beyond, the island’s Showing Up for Racial Justice group will host a discussion next weekend about incarceration and systemic racism in the criminal justice system.

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With the recent snow storms here on Vashon, we are reaching out to all community members who found our Voice of Vashon Emergency Alert Service posts helpful and informative. Voice of Vashon volunteers posted over 30 alerts to subscribers of the Alerts email list and on Facebook. We covered everything from the weather, to bus schedules, school closures, food bank distribution centers and […]

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New Shows On KVSH

With the beginning of a new year, KVSH will broadcast some great new shows including a cooking show, bluegrass ... Read more

VoV’s Old Man Winter Raffle Winner is Julie Hempton

The raffle proceeds will be used to help fund VoV’s Emergency Alert System broadcasts on ... Read more

The Japanese American Presence on Vashon

WATCH THIS EPISODE ~~~ Vashon: Then & Now – The Japanese American Presence on Vashon Part 1. This is the ... Read more

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Island Crossroads – Vashon Real Estate, Turning Down The Temperature

After several super-heated years, the Vashon real estate market, like the rest of King County, cooled off some in 2018 — fewer sales, more modest price increases.. What happened, and what’s in store for 2019? Host Eric Pryne talks with island Realtors Emma Amiad of Amiad & Associates, Beth de Groen of Windermere Vashon and […]

Island Crossroads – Fixing Fauntleroy

FIXING FAUNTLEROY The Fauntleroy ferry dock is a big bottleneck. What might make it better? In 2018 a team from the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy and Governance took a hard look at that question. Two of the researchers, Profs. Alison Cullen and Stephen Page, share their findings and recommendations with host […]

Stirring The Pot ~ Tom Conway

Shaker Lemon Tart Tom Conway, as adapted from Saveur. Ingredients: FILLING 2 large organic lemons 2 cups sugar 1/4 tsp. salt 4 eggs 6 tbsp. butter, melted 3 tbsp. sifted flour PIE DOUGH 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 tsp. salt 10 tbsp. cold butter, cut into pieces 2 tbsp. lard or vegetable shortening ice cold […]

Island Crossroads – Affordable Housing, Making It Real

AFFORDABLE HOUSING–MAKING IT REAL Thanks to recent grants from King County, two proposed affordable-housing developments–one for very low-income people, the other “workforce” housing–could start construction in 2020. Host Eric Pryne gets status reports on the projects from developers Christopher Bric of Shelter America Group and Chris Szala of Vashon Household. Recorded: January 14, 2019.

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