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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?


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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The Concert Across America to End Gun Violence Takes Place Sunday

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Courtesy of Concert Across AmericaOn Sunday, 350 musical events will take place across the country as part of a campaign called The Concert Across America to End Gun Violence. New York’s Beacon Theater will host a show featuring Jackson Browne, Pearl Jam‘s Eddie Vedder, Marc Cohn and Rosanne Cash. Cohn tells ABC Radio that he’s planning to team up with …

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Bruce Springsteen on Donald Trump: “The Republic Is Under Siege by a Moron”

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Credit: Henry Ruggeri, Milan, Italy, July 3, 2016While Bruce Springsteen has traditionally been a vocal supporter of Democratic presidential candidates over the years, he’s been relatively quiet with regard to the current campaign. However, in a new Rolling Stone interview, the New Jersey rocker makes no bones about how he feels about Donald Trump, referring to the Republican nominee as …

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Bruce Springsteen’s “Chapter and Verse” Compilation Available Today

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PRNewsFoto/Columbia RecordsBruce Springsteen‘s Chapter and Verse album, the “audio companion” to the rock legend’s soon-to-be-published memoir, Born to Run, was released today, coinciding with the Boss’ 67th birthday. The career-spanning, 18-track collection features a mix of classic tunes and lesser-known songs, each reflecting the themes and sections of the book. Chapter and Verse begins with five previously unreleased tracks from …

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“Tobacco Road” and “Indian Reservation” Songwriter John D. Loudermilk Dies at Age 82

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Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesJohn D. Loudermilk, the prolific songwriter responsible for such memorable tunes as “Tobacco Road” and “Indian Reservation,” passed away Wednesday at his home in Christiana, Tennessee, The New York Times reports. He was 82. According his son Mike, Loudermilk died of a heart attack. Loudermilk began his music career during the 1950s, scoring some minor pop hits …

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