Archie and I set out for an innocent jog through a particular Northwest neighborhood when we came upon these iconic objects. Where exactly are we? Let us know in the comments section below. Why do […]
Wanz and Heidi are running for healthy boobs! Translation: Michael Wansley and Heidi May visited me in the Jack Studio this weekend, to talk about a very good cause, The Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure, […]
Karen Moyer, wife of famed Mariners pitcher Jamie Moyer, and all-around great gal and humanitarian, jumped on the phone with me today to talk about how cool the Seahawks are. (And, not just about that whole Super Bowl thing.) The Hawks are big givers, both as a team and individually.
Lee Callahan and Archie often go on adventures around Seattle.
Lisa Robinson has penned a book about her adventures in Rock History. There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll documents a lifetime of riveting stories, many told for the first time in this book. […]
Philip Bailey, lead singer of Earth, Wind and Fire, has penned an autobiography – Shining Star: Braving the Elements of Earth, Wind and Fire. When we get a big name entertainer calling into the Jack studios, we […]
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 […]
National Parks offer a terrific return on investment. Americans love — and support funding for — national parks, which as the shutdown showed, are critical to local economies. Congress is about to vote on the […]
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.