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Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, October 23 5:30am – October is Domestic Violence Action Month and our guests from LifeWire will discuss how they have been action oriented on this topic for 34 years. Maria Williams, the Program Director and Ward Urion, the Social Change Manager share with us the many programs offered to survivors of …

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Here in Seattle we love our food. With all of our superstar chefs and designer restaurants, how does Seattle rank in the fest cities for foodies?

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Issaquah Salmon Days Gallery 1 (10-2-16)


There’s no better way to celebrate the beginning of fall than with Salmon Days in Issaquah! Warm weather, food, music, and a tour of the salmon hatchery created a memorable weekend for our listeners.    

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New Rolling Stones Song, “Hate to See You Go,” Premieres on UK Radio

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Interscope RecordsRolling Stones fans listening to the U.K.’s BBC Radio 2 station Thursday morning were treated to the world premiere of the band’s cover of blues great Little Walter‘s “Hate to See You Go.” The song will appear on the British rockers’ upcoming studio album, Blue & Lonesome, which will be released December 2. The raw-sounding track is driven by …

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Listen to One of David Bowie’s Final Recordings, “Killing a Little Time,” Online Now

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ISO/Columbia Records“When I Met You” and “No Plan,” two of the three final songs David Bowie ever recorded, were given their world premiere Tuesday on BBC Radio, and now the third track, “Killing a Little Time,” has premiered exclusively on the late rock legend’s official website. The song features heavy jazz-fusion influences, with Bowie crooning intense, poetic lyrics accompanied by …

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Chess Records Co-Founder Phil Chess Passes Away at Age 95

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David Livingston/Getty ImagesPhil Chess, co-founder of famed Chicago-based blues label Chess Records, died Tuesday at the age of 95. His daughter Pam told the Chicago Sun-Times that her father passed away at his ranch in Tucson, Arizona. Chess and his brother Leonard, who were Jewish immigrants born in Poland, started the label in 1950. One of Chess Records early releases, …

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