We head to the Burke Museum to see how they are completing 200-million-year-old skeletons with 3D printing. Then, a Congolese refugee talks about her experience in foster care in Tacoma. Next, an unusual stone leads to a personal obsession for a local archaeologist. Finally, a DNA test tells one man something very different about himself.
Sound Effect showcases stories inspired by the place we live. The show is hosted by KNKX's Gabriel Spitzer.
The full broadcast version of this week's show, available below, also includes a conversation about an artist and his trek to Siberia to reclaim his missing art.