Lindsay Lowe

Lindsay Lowe is an intern at KPLU. She attends the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in New York, and plans to pursue a career in public radio after graduation.

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Arts
5:29 pm
Mon June 11, 2012

Spending on the arts in Seattle grew despite recession, study shows

Benaroya Hall in downtown Seattle is home to the Seattle Symphony.
LWY / Flickr Creative Commons

Non-profit arts groups generated $447.6  million for Seattle’s economy in 2010. That’s over $1 million more than before the economic downturn, according to a recent study by Americans for the Arts, a national advocacy group.

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Environment
5:00 am
Mon June 11, 2012

Greenpeace vs. Shell: Duelling vessels head for Arctic from Seattle

Greenpeace scientists will deploy research submarines to explore two of Shell’s planned Arctic drilling sites, the Beaufort and Chukchi seas.
Lindsay Lowe KPLU

Seattle’s Elliott Bay is the epicenter of a global energy fight.

The Shell Oil Company has two rigs docked here, the Kulluk and the Noble Discoverer. Also in Elliott Bay is the Greenpeace vessel, Esperanza.

As soon as the ice clears, Shell’s rigs will head out for the Arctic. They’ll be the first to conduct exploratory drilling there in more than two decades. Greenpeace plans to shadow them, using submarines.

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Seattle shooting
1:35 pm
Tue June 5, 2012

Westboro Baptist Church to picket Seattle shooting victim’s funeral

A Seattle police officer investigates the scene where Gloria Koch Leonidas was shot in the head and killed in a carjacking near Town Hall last week.
Gabriel Spitzer KPLU

The St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle has been told that members of the anti-gay church known for its belligerent protest tactics plans to be present at the funeral of Gloria Koch Leonidas on Thursday. Leonidas was one of the shooting victims in last Wednesday's massacre in Seattle.

A St. Demetrios administrator confirmed that a Seattle police officer and another church pastor told them the protest has been scheduled by the Westboro Baptist Church. And a Facebook page dedicated to shielding the funeral from the protesters, known for signs saying “God Hates Fags” and blaming crimes on passages of gay rights laws, is up and running.

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