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Chat With Women Hosts on TV!

You enjoy Chat With Women weekdays at noon on KIXI Radio.  Recently show hosts Pam and Rochelle did the TV thing on “New Day Northwest”, chatting about the smokin’ hot reading sensation “Fifty Shades of Grey”.  Check out the video!

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Remembering Donna Summer

Sadly, we’ve lost another member of our musical royalty.  Donna Summer lost her battle with cancer and died today at 63. Make all the jokes you want to about the Disco era of the mid to late 70’s, but, for better and for worse, it was a time like no other. And Donna Summer was the undisputed Queen of Disco.  …

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A truly uplifting video

Courage has many faces.  But there’s almost nothing more inspiring, and more heartbreaking, than to see a child battling a life-threatening illness.  This video has gone viral and you need to see it.  Get a tissue because it will tear at your heart and you will cry.  But it will also uplift your soul.  Young cancer patients at Seattle’s Children’s …

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KIXI Remembers Dick Clark

As we remember the live of TV Producer and Host Dick Clark, we remember his legacy on American Bandstand and the countless hours of television. He has died at age 82, after what the family has described in a statement as a “massive heart attack”. How will you remember the entertinment icon? Leave your comments below. Rock, Roll, and Remembering …

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What Color Should The Space Needle Be?

For the 50th anniversary of The Seattle World’s Fair the sloping top of the Space Needle returns to it’s original “Galaxy Gold” color. OK, maybe it’s a little more Orange than Gold. And I think most of us are bored bored bored with that off-white “doesn’t really hide the dirt” color we put up with most of the year. Should …

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Are You Smarter Than THIS Sixth-Grader? She’s Pretty Smart!

Adeline Hillier behind the KIXI microphone Meet Adeline Hillier, a local sixth-grader and science enthusiast.  Adeline and her dad visited the KIXI studios recently and spent some time with Rob Purdy from the KIXI engineering department talking real technical stuff. Adeline has a fascinating project she’ll be entering in the state Science Fair in Bremerton on March 30th. In her …

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CSNY’s ‘Déjà Vu’ turns 50 today; Graham Nash says expanded reissue of the album is in the works

Rhino/Atlantic RecordsToday marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Déjà Vu, the first album by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. The record topped the Billboard 200 in May of 1970, and yielded three top 40 singles — “Woodstock,” “Teach Your Children” and “Our House,” which peaked at #11, #16 and #30, respectively. David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash …

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David Byrne to give commencement speech, receive honorary doctorate at Bard College graduation

Courtesy of Bard CollegeDavid Byrne will give the commencement address at Bard College’s spring graduation ceremony and will also be presented with an honorary doctorate of fine arts by the school. The festivities will take place at 2:30 p.m. ET on May 23 in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, on the college’s Seth Goldfine Memorial Rugby Field. Avant-garde multimedia artist Laurie Anderson, …

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Keith Olsen, producer of hit albums by Fleetwood Mac, Rick Springfield and many more, has died

Barry Brecheisen/WireImage for NARASKeith Olsen, an acclaimed producer and studio engineer who worked on hit albums by artists from the 1970s through the 1990s, died Monday, March 9, according to Among Olsen’s many notable production credits are Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks‘ 1973 Buckingham Nicks album, Fleetwood Mac‘s 1975 self-titled record, The Grateful Dead‘s Terrapin Station, Foreigner‘s Double Vision, …

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