The Record: Thursday, March 8, 2018
It's the last day of work for your Washington state legislators. Lawmakers are supposed to wrap up the session by midnight. KUOW's Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins has the latest on what's still in play.
Then, have you ever thought that your child's happiness and success in life hangs on how good you are at parenting? Child psychologist Alison Gopnik makes her argument for why we need to rethink that idea. She talks with Bill about her book "The Gardener and the Carpenter."
And the most expensive American artwork ever sold is coming to the Seattle Art Museum. We'll talk about the expensive mystique of Jean Michel Basquiat with KUOW arts reporter Marcie Sillman and Margo Vansynghel, visual arts critic for City Arts magazine.
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