Join us for the KVI Crosscut Conversation on April 26th!

KVI Crosscut Conversation on April 26th at the Historic Everett Theatre

A united front is the best way to tackle today’s biggest issues!

Join us for the KVI Crosscut Conversation, where we’ll discuss the major issues facing us as a nation, a state and a region. Moderated by KOMO Newsradio’s Manda Factor, this panel will feature Crosscut’s Florangela Davila and Knute Berger and KVI’s very own John Carlson and Kirby Wilbur.

KVI Crosscut Conversation
Thursday, April 26th at 7 PM
Historic Everett Theatre
(2911 Colby Ave)


General Admission tickets are $15 and seats will be on a first come, first serve basis
VIP Admission includes a reserved seat and a meet and greet with our panelists at 5:30 PM. Bites and beverages will be provided by Lombardi's Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar and Coral Wines.

Meet our Panelists:

Florangela Davila is the managing editor at Crosscut. A veteran Seattle journalist, she worked for 14 years as a staff reporter covering race, immigration and features at The Seattle Times. She’s been a longtime arts contributor to KNXK-FM as well as Crosscut.

Knute Berger is Crosscut’s Mossback. Born and raised in Seattle, he writes with his own Pacific Northwest perspective. He also writes the monthly Gray Matters column for Seattle magazine where he is editor-at-large, and is an occasional commentator on KUOW-FM’s “Week in Review.”

John Carlson is heard daily on KVI, weekday mornings from 6 to 10 a.m. He has led three successful statewide initiatives, worked briefly in the Reagan Administration and co-founded and led the Washington Policy Center, one of the region's most respected think tanks.

Kirby Wilbur began working for KVI in 1993, where he stayed until 2009. After leaving KVI, he worked as State Director of Americans for Prosperity, was elected State Chairman of the Republican Party, and went on to become Executive Director of the National Journalism Center in Reston, Virginia. Kirby returned to the airwaves on KVI in January 2016 and can be heard weekdays 8 a.m. – Noon.

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