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Four longtime college friends reunite to discuss important issues, dumb habits, sex & relationships, college stories, and 80s and 90s nostalgic memories. Appropriately Inappropriate. We aim to keep you laughing out loud during your commute. Weekly episodes released every Friday morning.
This show is produced by KNKX Public Radio in Seattle/Tacoma Washington. Thanks for listening!
Class Act Radio has music with house party vibes and cookout conversations. Music ranging from Hip Hop & R&B to multiple Caribbean music genres. Weekly guests and callers converse with Cheeseburga on dating, black culture, anime, and sports while still making time to discuss serious issues that influence the African Diaspora.
Seattle’s watchdog Dori Monson holds government accountable, lampoons the “Seattle Process”, and keeps tabs on how your tax dollars get spent. Increasingly rare on Seattle radio, you’ll also hear exclusive long-form interviews with Northwest icons like Pete Carroll, Duff McKagan, and John Nordstrom. Tune in weekdays noon to 3pm on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.
The D&D Fitness Radio podcast is the culmination of more than 50 years of elite coaching experience in sport, fitness and health by two individuals at the top of their professions: Don Saladino and Derek M. Hansen. Don and Derek speak with the world's top experts and performers to bring you the best information to enhance your health, wellness and human performance.
Who knows that a hurricane can't start with a Waste of Breath? Join the community and change the world - one Waste of Breath at a time.
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Lori & Julia are best friends turned sisters-in-law, who despite being as Minnesotan as Paul Bunyan, speak fluent Hollywood. They live and breathe all things celebrity and entertainment, and are known for their annual Screen Actors Guild Awards coverage, author interviews (see Lori & Julia’s Book Club), and unabashed sex talk. On the air together for over 15 years, these “drivetime divas” can be heard on the radio weekdays 3-7 pm CST on myTalk 107.1 FM in Minneapolis/St. Paul.
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LONG LIVE THE QUEEN!!!!! There is a new Queen in the United Kingdom! His name is Dr. Sebastian Brakenridge and the world has fallen in love with him. Hailing from the Scottish, Highlands, Dr. Brakenridge is incredibly intelligent, gay as the day is long, ruggedly handsome, unnervingly charming, and.... well, did we mention... very....very gay? A graduate of Oxford University*, Dr. Sebastian Brakenridge is a world-renowned supernatural/demigod historian, a social media influencer and a pet vi ...
FILETE Radio is born out of George's desire to connect with like-minded professionals, share stories from current members of FITLETE nation, create a dialogue around fitness industry cultures, bridge gaps within specialties, and share updates to FITLETE's products and services. FITLETE Radio will consist of short episodes and streamlined interviews so you can access the content you want when you need it. Visit https://fitletes.com to sign up for a free for life membership!
Host Danielle Vogel founded Glen's Garden Market in Dupont Circle on Earth Day of 2013, after working on Capitol Hill for a decade to pass comprehensive climate change legislation. She wanted to create a space where making climate change progress is easy, convenient, and delicious. On Everyday Enviro, she calls on her network of friends, business partners and allies in the environmental movement to share tricks and tips, empowering listeners to examine the way they eat, drink, shop and think ...
Solar is now an established part of the national dialog. With 65% of Americans supporting solar it's time to Talk Solar. Join seasoned Blog Talk Radio Host Beth Bond of Speaking of Green as she focuses on her favorite topic solar. Known in solar circles in Georgia Bond is ready to talk to about all things solar in the US now. Join her as she talks about policy, solar technology and installations from home owner roof tops to gW utility scale solar.
Better Business Podcasts The latest in sustainability news and how to make your business better. Thought leadership opinion and commentary from Kevin James (Sustainability Strategist, Futurist) and interviews with South African professionals and experts. Stay ahead of the curve through industry insights to be revealed on the show. More audio and video can be found on www.gcxafrica.co.za and as podcasts through iTunes.
When people say "don't waste my time," does that actually prevent people from wasting your time? It takes a times and/or multiple dates to get to know someone. If the end result isn't mutual is that time wasted or just a typical aspect of dating? The conversation goes more in depth as I later offer alternative statments and ideas on how to date wit…
2PM - The Big Lead // Another race hoax // Baseball camp in NY wants all kids 12 and older to be vaccinated // Chris Sullivan with Link Light Rail update // Gas prices about to be JACKED! // Awesome Audio of the Week + Today's Sign See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
PLUS: Weekend picks and sporty pick-up lines AND the rest of the Hollywood gossip: Justin Timberlake is playing GONG SHOW host Chuck BarrisBy Lori and Julia
1PM - The Fastest 15 // M's pitcher James Paxton made $354,000 per pitch this season // Shaquille O'Neal bought engagement ring for guy at mall - is this cool? Or is it not because he told everyone? // GUEST: Mick McHugh, formally of FX McRorys on running the new Kracken restaurant // Fife High School football team surprises night custodian with th…
12PM - The Big Lead // Gov. Inslee says we've let our guard down // NBC says experts are dumbfounded by red states doing well with Covid // Gov. Inslee changes criteria that moves us back // Hunter Biden with Kimmel See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
PLUS: TV: Julia reviews REBEL, JULIA'S RANDOM THOUGHTS: Who stresses you out the most in your life? AND New Music Friday!By Lori and Julia
PLUS: Sheletta Brudidige calls in to talk about her new book, DANIEL FINDS HIS VOICE AND a sweet sister moment and inside the world of sign language interpretationBy Lori and Julia
After falling behind during the pandemic, taxi drivers at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport are pushing back on trip fees officials at one point promised to waive.By Lilly Ana Fowler
Fresh Friday Show 2021 Week 14 w Sen Dog (Throwback West Coast Edition) + Dennis Blaze + Radio Raymond T Ep#400 BUMS – ELEVATE FREE MY MIND RODNEY O X JOE COOLEY – EVERLASTING BASS ABOVE THE LAW – BLACK SUPERMAN CYPRESS HILL – THROW YOUR SET TOO SHORT – PLAYER DOC – ITS FUNKY... Read MoreBy Dennis Blaze
Jazz Appreciation Month brings recognition to the art form and to the artists who produce it. But did you know there are also awards for the behind-the-scenes supporters of jazz? Robin Lloyd has the scoop from jazz journalist Paul De Barros.By firstname.lastname@example.org (Robin Lloyd)
The Gonzaga men's basketball team came close this week to being the first undefeated national champions since 1976. But they lost to Baylor in the title game. KNKX sports commentator Art Thiel and Morning Edition host Kirsten Kendrick have a look at the history of this successful program and what's in store for its future.…
It looks increasingly likely that Washington will ban Styrofoam, reduce plastic waste and strengthen recycling markets. A bill to that effect is nearly through the Legislature.By Bellamy Pailthorp
2PM - The Big Lead // Scary Biden moments over the last 24 hours // GUEST: DSHS Director of our Community Services Division, Babs Roberts, explains why 18 year olds who graduated last year got EBT cards because they "qualified for the free lunch program" // Mascot ban approved // More on United Airlines bizarre new bizarre diversity program + Your …
PLUS: Holly has the Dirt Alert, THEORIES: 2 out of 3 American will avoid an account if they have to reset a password AND the rest of the Hollywood gossip: Amanda Gorman: VOGUE cover starBy Lori and Julia
1PM - The Fastest 15 // Dori reminisces about Vegas and a certain Andrea Bocelli song // United Airlines bizarre new diversity program // CANCEL CULTURE: Chinese food boxes // GUEST: Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker on his dedication to kids and their future See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
12PM - The Big Lead // Biden's latest gaffs and how troubling they should be to all of us // Seattle schools refusing to clear homeless camps on school property // High School track coach fired for not making his kids wear masks at outdoor meets See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
PLUS: Engelbert Humperdinck: Every grandma's crush! MUSIC: When is a "bop" not, NOT a "bop?" AND HOLLYWOOD SPEAK: Holly Madison vs. Kendra WilkinsonBy Lori and Julia
PLUS: Lori has a bowling announcement, IT'S MATT BELANGER: Big news for Matty B.! AND LORI AND JULIA'S BOOK CLUB: "Black Widows" by Cate QuinnBy Lori and Julia
When you hear Bill Charlap on piano, you have the sense of someone lost – so lost in the music we may never be able to exist on that mountain with him. Paige Hansen has more on his exquisite playing in our series for Jazz Appreciation Month.By Paige Hansen
Throughout the central Puget Sound region, wide trails offer the promise of safe and accessible transportation corridors for people who bike or walk. Many are converted railroad right-of-ways, and some connect to high-speed transit. But many stand alone, limiting their utility.By Bellamy Pailthorp
There’s a serious campaign underway to have 30 per cent of the Earth designated as a giant conservation zone. The target date is 2030.The eventual aim is to lock down half the planet. It’s about protecting habitats and biodiversity.But, in so doing, what are the risks for indigenous communities and the poor?…
2PM - The Big Lead // Aaron Rogers fill in Jeopardy host // Bruce Harrell still "unavailable" to join the show // Dori catches up with anchor Aaron Granillo about music // Border Crisis latest // Awesome Audio + Today's Sign See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
PLUS: Holly has the Dirt Alert AND the rest of the Hollywood gossip: Demi Moore's face looks like a marionette (that's not a compliment...)By Lori and Julia
1PM - The Fastest 15 // Biden say Americans that get vaccinated are allowed to celebrate the 4th of July // Hump Day with 710 ESPN's Brock Huard // Teens who killed in carjacking will get cushy plea deal See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
12PM - Politicians want us divided // Johanknecht says her job is harder because she's gay // GUEST: Victoria Taft on chaos in Portland and the courts not prosecuting violent offenders // State Senator Rebecca Saldana breaking driving laws See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
PLUS: TV: Rocco is watching CHAD, JULIA'S RANDOM THOUGHTS: All the home improvement trends AND MUSIC: Brandy Carlile's new memoir is greatBy Lori and Julia
On the day I meet 86-year-old Chris Swanson inside her room at Horizon House in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood, it feels like a party. “Yay for family!” says Swanson with a smile.By Jennifer Wing
PLUS: The "snatch" heard 'round the world, we talk to the founders of Hairless Dog brewing for National Beer Day AND quarantine has been the BEST for Leslie JordanBy Lori and Julia
The decades-long battle over the missing link on the popular Burke-Gilman Trail will drag on even longer. Because of the City of Seattle’s loss in several recent court cases, the completion of a stretch of the trail in the Ballard neighborhood likely won’t happen next year as planned.By Paula Wissel
Jazz is a music based on improvisation, and evolution. Moving through Dixieland, swing, bebop, free jazz, fusion and beyond can make describing what jazz is a difficult proposition. KNKX jazz host Abe Beeson spoke to three generations of musicians to find a definition.By Abe Beeson
Community & social capital. Laurie Taylor talks to Robert D Putnam, Malkin Research Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University and co-author of a new study which revisits some of the themes of 'Bowling Alone' his 20 year old, groundbreaking book, which argued that Americans were losing their connections with one another. His latest research t…
In Episode 101, we meet up with Joel Totoro to talk sports nutrition and supplementation. One of first questions we had was how does one choose a high quality supplement company for your health, nutrition and performance. We find out through Joel that a good deal of effort goes into selecting high quality ingredients for supplement product to make …
Episode 141 (00:23) Barlos (03:45) LISTENER QUESTION: Are more positions better for good sex? (20:08) Is there a difference between sex and love? (26:33) Sex Toys. (30:36) LISTENER QUESTION: Why did my girl get upset that I had a date setup when we were dating. (44:25) LISTENER... Four longtime college friends reunite to discussing important issues…
2PM - The Big Lead // More with Charles Barkley and his genius // Psaki won't say when Biden will stop lying about new Atlanta election laws // CANCELLED: Portland school hesitant to name it's mascot "Evergreen", because some fear it might make people think of lynching + Oregon says math is racist // Awesome Audio of the Day See omnystudio.com/list…
PLUS: MOVIES: GODZILLA VS. KONG is a monster box office hit, Holly has the Dirt Alert AND the rest of the Hollywood gossip: GOOP's sunscreen application is something you shouldn't follow...By Lori and Julia
1PM - Dori chats with Kiro anchor Aaron Granillo // New Troyer bodycam audio? // Hunter Biden from his CBS interview this week // Charles Barkley says politicians want blacks to hate whites so they can hold on to power // 710 ESPN's Dave Wyman stops by to chat sports and music See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
12PM - Dori's sick day // School board members demanded Seattle not sweep homeless encampments from schools // Sully and Dori on the future of transportation in our state... and the lawmakers behind it who don't think rules apply to them // Two Yemeni terrorist arrested at the border // Woman loses her crap over mask in an elevator See omnystudio.c…
The King County Council is spending $2 million for gun violence prevention. The recently approved money creates a grant program and comes from a larger $94 million pool of funds for COVID-19 relief measures.By Ed Ronco
PLUS: Julia is the tennis court monitor, JULIA'S RANDOM THOUGHTS: Lori tries to figure out the work "machine" AND Piers Morgan talks state-side about, well, stuff...By Lori and Julia
PLUS: What we watched last night, LORI AND JULIA'S BOOK CLUB: "You Love Me" by Caroline Kepnes AND local bookstores meet the need to read!By Lori and Julia
It was a near-historic season for the Gonzaga men's basketball team. The Zags from Spokane lost to Baylor Monday night in the NCAA championship game, 86-70. KNKX sports commentator Art Thiel joined Morning Edition host Kirsten Kendrick live to talk about the game and the Zags' season.By Kirsten Kendrick
Spring has sprung, many people are now vaccinated and there’s renewed excitement to get outdoors. The pandemic has again led to a surge in outdoor recreation as people look for safe things to do in the open air.By Bellamy Pailthorp
2PM - The Best of The Dori Monson Show See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
PLUS: TV: Are we excited for more Marvel Cinematic Universe offerings? Holly has the Dirt Alert AND the rest of the Hollywood gossip: Sometimes you gotta change your viewing habitsBy Lori and Julia
1PM - The Best of The Dori Monson Show See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
12PM - Best of The Dori Monson Show See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
PLUS: KC, the handyman, JULIA'S RANDOM THOUGHTS: How to find a vaccine AND Donna Mills-Gate: I mean, she DID look like Donna Mills...By Lori and Julia
PLUS: Weekend Claims to Fame: Easter weekend weather! MOVIES: Lori loved PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN AND TV: Rege-Jean Page leave BRIDGERGTONBy Lori and Julia
A variety of Seattle Jazz from the '50s to now is featured on this week's Jazz Northwest . The brilliant flash of the Cecil Young Quartet in the early '50s, to six decades later with the Jim Knapp Orchestra, Marc Seales Quartet and others including singer Kelly Eisenhour and Vancouver guitarist Bill Coon's Trio.…
You ever date someone and they say they want to "go with the flow" or "just want to keep things casual," you may be on path towards a situationship. I believe people today are predisposed towards dating for convenience versus dating for a connection. Cancel plans last minute, lack of consistency, vagueness, and intentions that dont match yours coul…