A conversation with Peter Miller – proprietor of the eponymous Seattle shop offering design, architecture, and art books along with a bevy of related supplies. He gives us a personal account of how the shop came to be along with an exploration of the value of serendipity, daydreaming, and oral history.
The past, present, and future of Seattle’s International District with Ron Chew – a lifelong Seattle resident with a long history of socially conscious journalism along with involvement in several labor and social justice organizations.
A conversation about architecture, transportation design, and Seattle’s growth with Christine Scharrer – an architect with 22 years experience designing and managing significant projects impacting the urban landscape.
Eric Magnuson is a Seattle field agent with Atlas Obscura – an online guide to discover amazing, hidden spots. We discuss his walking tour tracing the emergence of the Grunge musical movement in Seattle during the early 1990s.
La Petite Mort’s Anthology of Erotic Esoterica is a dark, intimate cabaret – bringing us burlesque, boylesque, magic, contortionists, acrobats, and more. A conversation with La Petite Mort, the show’s creator, and Kevin Incroyable, its master of ceremonies.
I am Eric and I created This Must Be The Place with the aim of revealing the unique physical, cultural, and emotional layers of places.
Whether those places are cities, fictional locations, street corners, public squares -- or barely noticed nooks & crannies, I will bring you stories and observations uncovering the texture of these places.
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