Dan Murphy

See the Slider Cook-Off video!

KIXI Radio was at the Museum of glass in Tacoma for their 3rd annual Slider Cook-Off event featuring gourmet sliders from south Sound restaurants and fabulous fifties favorites to dance to from Daryl & The Diptones.  See the mouth-watering video!

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A Little Christmas Miracle

A Little Christmas Miracle You have to see this video of what WestJet did for some of its airline passengers recently.  Great marketing? Sure.  But much more than that, it reminds us that we all have the power to create a miracle in someone’s life. Big miracles, little miracle, they’re miracles just the same.   In this joyous Season of …

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A new weather word

How to describe our wacky weather… Well, it’s a little like Fall but it’s still Summer.  And next week it will seem like Summer though we’re just days away from Fall. So we’ve come up with a cool new word you can use to describe the wacked out weather.  We’re calling it FLUMMER. You heard it here first.  Hey, ya …

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Remembering Annette Funicello…

Remembering Annette Funicello… …and wanting to end the disease that took her from us. You couldn’t grow up in the 60’s without Annette Funicello.  She was undoubtedly the object of little-boy crushes with her too-cute-for-words Mickey Mouse ears and innocent smile every afternoon on TV.  Then we got to watch her in those way-too-campy Beach Blanket Bingo Bikini movies with …

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A Milestone in American Radio

A Milestone in American Radio To be the longest running “anything” in American Radio is quite an accomplishment. On March 8th 1998 “The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” made its debut as a continuing series on Jim French’s “Imagination Theatre.”  The premier episode was titled “The Poet of Death” starring the late John Gilbert as Holmes and Lawrence Albert as …

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My Computer is Haunted

My computer is Haunted I’m afraid to go home tonight.  I think my computer is haunted.  It’s an older computer, maybe it can be forgiven.  It’s been freezing up a lot lately.  So much that you can’t close out Windows with mouse clicks and Start menu icons.  At some point you have to just turn off the power with the …

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The End Of The World As We Know It?

The end of the world as we know it? Here comes Big Friday.  You’ve seen the documentaries on places like The Discovery Channel.  You’ve heard the prophecies.  The Mayan calendar “Long count” cycle of 5,000+ years will end on December 21.  Other ancient civilizations have similar prophecies for this date.  There’s also supposed to be a huge galactic event where …

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This is NOT A Political Statement

This is NOT A Political statement Let’s get that out of the way.  I’m not telling you how to vote, that’s you job.  I am however telling you to VOTE!  If you think your vote doesn’t count, just remember the election of 2000.  If you think your vote doesn’t count in the presidential race, well there may be some accuracy …

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Our thoughts are with Superstorm Sandy victims, families

No doubt you’ve been seeing the news coverage from the Atlantic Seaboard this week. While our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims of this “Superstorm”, we wanted to share some ways you could help. While there may be many scams and attempts to take advantage of a collective desire to help, the Red Cross has once again started …

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