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Locals Only Playlist: October 22 with Aubrey from Golden Gardens

We started Locals Only off this week with three Deck The Hall Ball 2017 bands (get those tickets) and then premiered brand new music from Seatle band Pink Parts. Seriously, when Pink Parts hits the go button on this new project and start releasing their music, you are going to be blown away. In the...
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The most popular candy in every state

Everyone is heading to the store this week to stock up on candy before a bunch of kids come knock on your door to ask for something free their parents won't buy for them. Candy is awesome and we all have our preferences (Almond Joys can go to hell), and those preferences start to show their true...
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Here's your first fly through of Seattle's newest tunnel

It's still going to be awhile before the new tunnel that will replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct is ready to drive, but WSDOT gave us a sneak peek with a drone fly-through of the tunnel from the Space Needle to the stadiums. Video of Fly the SR 99 tunnel – from the Space Needle to the stadiums The...
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The Seattle area might be getting an artificial wave park in 2018

Starting summer 2018, you might be able to put the wetsuit away and stop riding freighter waves when a new surf spot opens up in the Pacific Northwest. A company called "CitySurf Seattle" has plans and permits to set up shop in the Issaquah Highlands (which is Seattle-ish) next summer, which they...
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dropleaf

Dropleaf is Like the Netflix of Indie Gaming!

Seattle, Bellevue and beyond are putting Washington on the map for gaming thanks to some juggernauts like Microsoft, Bungie, and of course Valve, but like anything that is a behemoth of an industry, outliers will step away from the big names and try to find their own niche. I had little notion of...
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Washington's Favorite Halloween Candy Is....

Halloween is right around the corner, which means scary movies and haunted houses and most importantly candy! Remember maticulously planning your trick or treat route to make sure you hit all the houses that you heard were giving out full candy bars (the crowning achievement of any successful T or...
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Tiny Bubbles

The next big puzzle game on your dumb phone was designed in Seattle

I don't know if it's my mother's love of puzzling, my ability to solve the Rubik's cube in under 30 seconds, or just the need to avoid conversations with people on the light rail, but we're always looking for a new cool game to get sucked into. Candy Crush , Two Dots , 2048 - all games that at...
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EndSessions: Bleachers plays acoustic "Don't Take The Money" in a Seattle brewery

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Jack Antonoff has the kind of personality that can own a stage in front of thousands or in front of 30, which is exactly what happened when he stepped on the small platforms in Seattle's Elysian Brewing on Capitol Hill to play an acoustic version of Bleachers...
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Locals Only Playlist: October 15 with The Mountain Flowers

Joe Sneva of The Mountain Flowers was my guest on Locals Only this week and he brought his guitar. I have been wanting to catch up with The Mountain Flowers since I saw them on the main stage at the Timber! Outdoor Music Festival back in July. Joe explained that the band has a new album coming out...
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Bishop Briggs Came To The Studio To Request Her New Song 'Dream'

Thursday started out like any other day. I came to work, talked to you on the radio, <3 talked to you on the text stream about food, <3 became really hungry at 1:30pm, ate lunch, and was finishing out the rest of my show like normal. Then! Manley popped in around 2:30pm with a guest. That...
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