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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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Elton John Teams with Burberry for Limited-Edition Vinyl Box Set

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Courtesy of BurberryBritish brand Burberry is best known for its clothing and fragrances, but now the company is getting into the record business, thanks to a partnership with Elton John. The pop-rock legend has teamed with Burberry for a limited-edition box set of six of his classic albums, all on vinyl. The remastered discs span Elton’s catalog from 1970 to …

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Chicago Singer/Bassist Jason Scheff Exits Band After 30 Years

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Chelsea Lauren/Getty ImagesJason Scheff, who replaced founding Chicago singer/bassist Peter Cetera in 1985, has now parted ways with the group. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band announced Scheff’s exit in a message posted on its official Facebook page. “We are so grateful to Jason for the enormous contribution he has made to Chicago over the last 30 plus …

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Official Calls Bob Dylan “Rude and Arrogant” for Ignoring Attempts to Contact Him About Nobel Prize

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Michael Kovac/WireImageBob Dylan has continued to confound officials of the Swedish Academy, which presents the Nobel Prizes, by ignoring their attempts to contact him with regard to his being chosen to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature. Interestingly, a line acknowledging that Dylan had been awarded the prize that had been posted on his official website last week — alongside …

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