The official podcast companion to the KCTS 9 video series Mossback’s Northwest, Mossback features stories and factoids that were left on the cutting room floor, along with critical analysis from co-host Knute Berger.
In pop culture, the relocation of 'marriageable' women to places like Seattle was played as a humorous, feel-good story. It wasn’t.
Horace Cayton Sr. found success and opportunity in late 19th century Seattle. Then an ugly new era changed the city and his family's fortunes.
From Lewis and Clark’s trusted companion to a lifesaving sled dog, these canines have been honored with statues, taxidermy and legend.
The brother of famed photographer Edward Curtis had his own approach to capturing the culture of the region.
No one really knows who made the first Crab Louis, but some sleuthing reveals an origin spurred by the Gold Rush and railroads.
The legendary lumberjack has been central to American identity. But who does he really represent?
Headlines about sea creatures were once a regular occurrence around the Salish Sea. We take a deep dive into local lore.
A closer look — with more theories — at the case of the world’s most famous mile-high bandit.
Get a sneak preview now. Host Knute Berger shares more of his unique take on the long history of the Pacific Northwest.