Join the Highline Historical Society for a special program next Sunday afternoon, Oct. 15 (the Seahawks have a bye), when local historian Feliks Banel will speak about Northwest Radio History at SeaTac City Hall.
Th program begins at 2 p.m., and both admission and parking is free.
In addition to being the society’s annual meeting where your questions about the museum can be answered, Banel will present “Diamonds in the Ether: Tuning In To Northwest Radio History,” which revisits the power of radio in the Evergreen State then and now. With a mixture of vintage audio, historic images and expert storytelling, he looks ahead to the unpredictable future of local radio in our communities.
Banel is a broadcaster, filmmaker, lecturer, and historian based in Seattle. He has produced Emmy-nominated pieces for KCTS and is an expert on matters of Northwest history and culture.
“We are grateful to Humanities WA for providing the funding for this excellent presentation.”
SeaTac City Hall is located at 4800 S. 188th Street, 98188:

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