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Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, September 25 5:30am – This week we get an update on the campaign to a Coal Free Washington from the Sierra Club. Robin Everett is the Lead Organizer and Doug Howell is the Senior Campaign Representative for the Washington chapter of The Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal effort. We learn that Puget …

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How Happy Are You?

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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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MUSIC NEWS

Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart Releasing Expanded Edition of Grammy-Winning 1991 Album “Planet Drum”

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PRNewsFoto/UMeThis month marks the 25th anniversary of the release of longtime Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart‘s acclaimed 1991 collaborative album Planet Drum, and the milestone will be celebrated with an expanded reissue of the record that will hit stores on December 2. The original album was the first record ever to receive a Grammy in the Best World Music Album …

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Elton John to Co-Host London Theater Awards Ceremony

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ABC/Randy HolmesElton John is no stranger to the London theater world, having written music for West End shows like Billy Elliot, and now he’ll be helping honor some of theater’s best when he co-hosts the Evening Standard Theatre Awards. Sponsored by British newspaper the Evening Standard, the annual ceremony has been held for the past 62 years, honoring outstanding achievement …

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The Who’s Roger Daltrey Auctioning Collection of Rare 19th Century Mechanical Figures

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ABC/Richard CartwrightWho singer Roger Daltrey and his wife, Heather, are preparing to sell an assortment of unique 19th century collectibles at an auction taking place this week in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Daltreys’ collection of seven French-made automata — that is, mechanical figures and dioramas depicting various characters and scenes — will go on the block Wednesday at the Lyon and …

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