Puget Sound Access


Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, September 21 5:30am - This week we meet Jennifer Ott, Staff Historian from With the Seattle waterfront going through major changes, we take time this week to look back at the history of Seattle’s waterfront. Jennifer is able to give us an historical perspective on Seattle’s waterfront development. is ... Read More »


Stevie Nicks to Mount Show of Selfies…from the Seventies?

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Stevie Nicks (Courtesy of Artist’s Personal Collection)You probably think of selfies as a modern phenomenon, but it turns out Stevie Nicks has been taking them for years. Now, the singer is mounting an exhibition of her self-portraits, which she snapped with a Polaroid camera from 1975 to 1987. According to the New York Times, the show, called 24 Karat Gold ... Read More »

Led Zeppelin Argues That “Stairway” Lawsuit Should Be Moved to L.A. or Dismissed

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Bob Gruen/Atlantic RecordsThe members of Led Zeppelin say that the lawsuit filed against them earlier this year regarding their epic “Stairway to Heaven” should either be moved to a California court or dismissed completely. As previously reported, Francis Alexander Malofiy — a Philadelphia-based attorney who represents late Spirit guitarist Randy California — filed a copyright suit against Zeppelin on May ... Read More »

Gregg Allman to Receive “Classic Rock” Magazine’s Living Legend Award Rock

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Danny ClinchGregg Allman will receive this year’s Living Legend Award from Classic Rock magazine, it was announced today. Even though Classic Rock magazine is based in the U.K., the event will take place at The Avalon in Hollywood, California, on November 4 as part of the publication’s Classic Rock Roll of Honor ceremony. This marks the first time the ceremony ... Read More »