Shannon Moroney, speaker, author, Restorative Justice Advocate, and author of the national bestseller, Through the Glass, tells me her story in this gripping 50 minute conversation. From Shannon: In 2005, while away at a professional […]
Farnoosh Torabi is a personal finance expert, media personality and author of When She Makes More: 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women. In every major city in this country, women under the age of thirty are […]
We’re so happy that one of the best radio voices of all time was found. And found right here in Washington state. He is reported to be suffering from Dementia at the age of 82. […]
The US Navy reached out to Jack to see if we’d air some audio of their boys, far away from home, saying sweet messages to their moms. Of course! This Sunday, Mother’s Day, we will air […]
Over the decades, Alice Cooper has become synonymous with a theatrical strain of rock and roll, where the visuals are as important as the music. However, when the band started in the early ’60s (back then, “Alice Cooper” was the band’s name, not the frontman’s), they were called the Nazz, and were a denim-clad band garage rock band, much like many other denim clad garage rock bands.
Less than 24 hours after he announced his new partnership with Warner Bros. Records, Prince also revealed a new song. “The Breakdown” dropped late Friday night (April 18) and is now available for fans to purchase on iTunes.
Peter Bagge is a local cartoonist with a huge following all around the world. At least from Seattle to New Jersey where the protagonist of his Hate comics series, Buddy Bradley, has dual citizenship. Now […]
Jeff Ross, Roastmaster General, comes to the Tulalip this weekend. In our very candid conversation, he told us about roasting Charlie Sheen, and told some too-soon jokes. The kind that make you cringe and laugh […]
PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk will be in Seattle for the latest stop on her international Naked Truth tour on April 17, for the start of the World Week for Animals in Laboratories. Newkirk has led PETA to so many landmark victories for animals in laboratories over the past three decades, including the famous 1981 “Silver Spring monkeys” case, which started the movement to replace animals in laboratories with non-animal testing methods.
Lee Callahan’s conversation with author Debby Irving, Waking Up White: And Finding Myself in the Story of Race. Debby Irving, a white, Boston-based racial justice educator, has written the book she wishes someone had handed […]