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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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Queen’s Brian May Cancels UK Tour with Singer Kerry Ellis Because of “a Persistent Illness”

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Neal Preston © Queen Productions Ltd.Brian May has revealed some alarming health news. The Queen guitarist has announced that “a persistent illness” has forced him to postpone indefinitely his “Candlelit Christmas Tour” of the U.K. with singer Kerry Ellis that had been scheduled for December. In a message posted on his official website, May writes, “I have been increasingly battling …

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Cher Will Never Marry Again: “I Can’t See Any Real Reason for It”

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Bobby Bank/GC ImagesCher just announced that she’ll be presenting a new Las Vegas show in 2017 called Classic Cher. While she obviously has no plans to retire when it comes to her performing career, there’s one activity that she plans to never do again: get married. “I can’t see any real reason for it,” the 70-year-old diva tells Entertainment Tonight. …

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Sting to Be Honored at American Music Awards Next Month

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Credit: Eric Ryan AndersonSting has been chosen to receive a prestigious honor at this year’s American Music Awards, which will air November 20 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. The former Police frontman will be presented with The American Music Award of Merit, which recognizes his exceptional contributions to the music industry. Sting also will take the stage at the …

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1960s Pop Idol Bobby Vee Dies at Age 73

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CA/RedfernsEarly-’60s pop idol Bobby Vee died early Monday from complications of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 73, the St. Cloud Times reports. A longtime resident of the St. Cloud suburb of Avon, Minnesota, the singer had been in hospice care at a memory-care facility in Rogers, Minnesota, where he’d lived for the past 13 months. Born Robert Velline …

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Foreigner’s Mick Jones to Release Official Biography Next Year to Mark Band’s 40th Anniversary

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Courtesy of Rocket 88In celebration of Foreigner‘s upcoming 40th anniversary, a new official biography about the band will be published next year, told in the words of founding guitarist and songwriter Mick Jones. The book, titled A Foreigner’s Tale, will available in various formats exclusively at A Foreigner’s Tale will feature Jones’ recollections of his famous band’s rise to …

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