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Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, October 2 5:30am – This week we’ll hear about a new way to get local youth as competent and comfortable with tools as they are with a touchscreen. Sawhorse Revolution Program Director Sarah Smith and Operations Director Micah Stanovsky are picking up where shop class leaves off. Actually, we learn that …

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How Happy Are You?


They say happiness is a state of mind. What about the happiest states in the USA? Find our where we rank here in Washington...

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Van Morrison Keeps Singing, Releases New Album Today

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Caroline RecordsVan Morrison‘s latest studio album, Keep Me Singing, hit stores today. The 13-track collection features 12 original compositions, plus a cover of “Share Your Love with Me,” a song penned by Alfred Baggs and Don Robey that previously was recorded by Aretha Franklin, Kenny Rogers and Bobby “Blue” Bland. The album’s lead single, “Too Late,” also was released today. …

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Dolly Parton Heads Outdoors for Her “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Debut on Monday

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Webster Public RelationsThere’s no denying that Dolly Parton has the gift of gab, and she’ll be at it again Monday when she sits down with the ladies of The Talk. You can catch the country-pop legend’s chat with Sharon Osborne, Aisha Tyler, Julie Chen and Sheryl Underwood starting at 2 p.m. ET on CBS. But Parton’s Los Angeles TV jaunt …

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Documentary About Influential Rock Manager Danny Fields Available Today at iTunes, On Demand & More

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Courtesy of Magnolia PicturesDanny Says, the recent documentary about influential rock publicist, manager and journalist Danny Fields, will be released today via iTunes, Amazon Video and on-demand services, and also will open in select theaters in a number of major U.S. cities. The film chronicles Fields’ eventful life and the role he played in helping introduce the world to such …

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