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  • 00:38

    Behind Enemy Lines with Gregg Bell of the Tacoma News Tribune

    in Football

    Chris and Amanda kick of the Week 2 edition of Behind Enemy Lines with a discussion of how nice it is to see Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers at 100 percent health, discuss the fantastic game by Eddie Lacy and the offensive line, what James Jones' game means to the offense, and discuss the "next man up" philosophy and how it applies to Sam Barrington. They then welcome in Seahawks beat writer Gregg Bell from the Tacoma News Tribune (at the 15:00 mark) to discuss Seattle's Week 1 loss to St. Louis, the struggles on the offensive line, what Tyler Lockett could mean to this offense, and what missing Kam Chancellor means to the defense.

    Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Geffre and Chris Callaway. 

  • 01:02

    A Kind Voice on Music ft Tacoma Narrows

    in Indie Music

    This week's musical showcase shines a spotlight on Cheney Munson, the artist behind the Harlem New York based Indie, Folk Rock Band Tacoma Narrows.  Much like the Big Apple, this band is unique with many different influences melding into a cohesive blend of sound representing the likes and influences of a plethora of different members with a common goal of bringing music to the masses.

    To find out more about their work please check out their Kickstarter Project.

    Hosted By Tyler Wolf

  • 01:07

    The Baltimore Soccer Report: Indoor Edition

    in Sports

    Ryan and Bill break down Baltimore's opening-night win over the Chicago Mustangs and muse on the successful starts of the first-year MASL clubs.

  • 02:00

    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    WHYT Radio's Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris broadcast day opens this Friday's, November 20, 2015th program day at 10am EST with Host Hezi Aris engaged in reporting and analyzing news on the international arena.

    Les Taha, a freelance cartoonist, writer, and former columnist for the Tacoma Tribune, now a weekly contributor to the Yonkers Tribune attends the program at 10:30am EST. He is the author of the controversial book, “The Architects of Rap”, and has appeared on many local and nationally syndicated radio and television talk shows. His highly acclaimed cartoon panel “Off My Meds” is currently running in numerous community and college newspapers throughout the U.S. He resides in Minneapolis, MN, with his wife and two pugs.

    New York State Assemblymember Shelley Mayer, representing the 90th A.D., attends the broadcast a 11am EST. We'll delve into issues of hyper-local concern, her future political ofice interests, the legislation she has in place awaiting the governor's signature and the legislation she anticipates for the next New York State Legislative Session.

    Broccoli takes center stage and a bow as Dr. Victor Zeines, celebrates and extoll the attributes of broccolli on the show and in the article: "The News About This Cancer-Killing Vegetable Just Keeps Getting Better By VICTOR ZEINES, DDS." The discussion will focus on broccolloi's medicinal attributes, how to cook it, and we compare the fresh vs. frozen conundrum encountered when deciding whether to choose one over the other. 

    YEngage us during this weekly radio time slot by placing your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.

    Listen live or on demand: http://tobtr.com/8068249

  • 00:31

    Growing Grassroots Leaders in Tacoma

    in Self Help

    Janis Foster Richardson is talking with Susan Dobkins, Jane's Fund Program Manager for the Russell Family Foundation in Tacoma, Washington, about growing grassroots leaders.  Susan will be sharing information about  the Jane's Fellowship Program - what it is, how it works, and what Susan has learned about what it takes to support people along the journey of building their own personal power and skills to make a difference in their home community.

  • 02:00

    Nov. 16, 2015, 10pm (PST) - Religion & the Hermit with Author Gabriel D. Roberts

    in Paranormal

    Gabriel D. Roberts is a writer, theological scholar, researcher and public speaker that specializes in the nature of perception, belief and the power structures that dominate modern life.


    He is the author of four books and has just released The Hermit: Enlightenment From The Gutter, in which he charts his harrowing personal course through homelessness, heartbreak and a post-dogmatic spiritual revolution. During tonight's show, we will be discussing his book, the Hermit, as well as getting into deep detail about religion and how the message of religion is conveyed to those who use it as their own self-professed doctrine. How religion plays a major part in some of the biggest travesties and evil in the world today.


    Gabriel writes for VICE Magazine, Disinfo.com and Realitysandwich.com and other publications. He is continuing his research at the University of Washington in his hometown of Tacoma, WA.


    www.gabrieldroberts.com is his website.

  • 02:00


    in Motivation


    RobinLynne was born on May 7, 1962 to Murray Jay and Rose Annette Mabin. Growing up in Tacoma Washington, RobinLynne attended Henry Foss High School and enlisted in the United States Air Force at the ripe age of 17. Robin Lynne served our country from 1980-1988 where she acquired a phenomenal skill set in telecommunications and computer operations. However, She also acquired post dramatic stress disorder due to a sexual assault that occurred early on in her military career. This condition went undiagnosed and untreated for over twenty years and became the contributing factors to homelessness and unemployment.

    Having overcome these obstacles, RobinLynne continues to serve the people as a Minister and producer where she currently operates a Network that she uses to empower and equip the people.

    Currently RobinLynne operates an Award Winning Radio Network on Spreaker.com and her own private network where she hosts businesses, independent artists, and other ministries all over the world providing awesome support and network services.

    RobinLynne is the mother of Alton and Sarah and enjoys serving as a Missionary.

  • 00:44

    The Morning After the 2015 Election

    in Politics

    Matt Bevin(Eastcoast Con Man), a Republican political novice, wealthy Louisville businessman and Tea Party favorite, was elected Kentucky’s next governor on Tuesday and swept fellow Republicans into statewide office with him.Of the six statewide offices in Kentucky, Republicans currently hold one; Tuesday’s results mean they will hold four — and Mr. Bevin’s running mate, Jenean Hampton, will make history as Kentucky’s first African-American to hold statewide office.Mr. Bevin had won 52.5 percent of the vote with Mr. Conway taking 43.8 percent of the vote. An independent candidate drew about 4 percent of the vote statewide.NYT

    In a single stroke, Ohio voters rejected a ballot proposal Tuesday to legalize marijuana for both recreational and medical use.WANE

    Tacoma voters decided to raise the city’s minimum wage to $12, according to results Tuesday evening, and advocates across the board agree that wouldn’t have happened if not for 15 Now Tacoma.“Congrats to 15 Now (Tacoma),” said Kevin Hayes, co-founder of the $12 for Tacoma campaign, on Tuesday night. “They got this in front of voters, and they did a good job to at least raise the question about wages and fairness here in Tacoma.”www.thenewstribune.com

     Three controversial Jefferson County Board of Education members have been recalled. Julie Williams in District 1, John Newkirk in District 2 and Ken Witt in District 5 have been ousted from their seats two years after they were elected to the school board.Jefferson County voters overwhelming approved the recall, with 60+ percent voting "yes" on three recall questions.Denver Channel


  • Under the Covers with June - A Spooky Saturday morning

    in Paranormal

    Join June as she discusses things going on in the paranormal world of AGHOST, events at Spooked in Seattle, events on the U.S.S. Turner Joy and after all that, she is going to play an old time radio Mystery Show from the 1940s called The Old Ones are Hard to Kill.  She will also play some EVPs from past investigations and talk about their trip to St. Augustine Florida, Iceland, London and Scotland. So many amazing things going on. Also June and Scott's Appearance on New Day Northwest, a talk show on King 5 (which will be on Thursday).

  • 00:31

    Turn the Page with Kayla Greenwell: Focus on Ryan Snellman & Christina Wheeler

    in Writing

    TURN THE PAGE Host Kayla Greenwell interviews the literati and oddball creative-types with a focus on DIY and grassroots initiatives. This week, Kayla will interview Ryan Snellman and Christina Wheeler. 

    Viking Poet Ryan Snellman was raised on the dark and rainy streets of Seattle. Educated in an array of practical matters & living a life of quiet solitude one dreams of knowing the heart of a seagull. The life and love affair of a solitary raindrop speaks to the essence of poetry and those Christmas lights hanging in the window of the bar in the middle of January speak to life's unending dream. Ryan is a published poet, in the frequent flyer program for nutballs that see ballgames in all cities, and the co-organizer of the Coffee & Pie Reading Series. 

    Christina Wheeler runs NEARSIGHTED NARWHAL, a shop located in Tacoma, Washington. The Nearsighted Narwhal's sole focus is the myriad forms of the DIY culture.  Over 1,000 self-published books, zines, and comics are housed within its four walls, with inventory growing daily. Not only catering to the bookworm crowd, there is also a well-stocked selection of music titles and art from local artists. Nearsighted Narwhal is also home to many creative events, shows, readings, and presentations for schools and organizations.

  • 00:37

    Election Day 2015

    in Politics

    Locked in the fight of his political life, veteran City Councilor Charles Yancey said yesterday he believes aggressive door-knocking will be enough to record a “resounding” victory in tomorrow’s election over surging rival Andrea Joy Campbell, who trounced the 31-year councilor in the September primary.Boston Herald

    Ohio voters could make history when they head to the polls Tuesday. Depending on the outcome of the election, Ohio could become the first state to legalize marijuana for both medical and recreational use in a single vote. The decision comes down to votes on two issues, though. Issue 3 on the ballot led to the creation of Issue 2, which could keep Issue 3 from actually happening. It’s easy to see how this can get confusing, but here’s how it all WANE

    Tacoma,Washington is stepping into the spotlight as voters on Election Day decide on two minimum-wage measures, including one that would immediately bump pay in the city to at least $15 an hour — one of the highest minimum wages in the country.Seattle Times

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