• 01:01

    From The Touchline in Seattle

    in Sports

    What a week in soccer it has been. You want some? We've got it. Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen break it all down this week starting with a look at all four Champions League first leg matches, including Porto's unlikely 3-1 victory, the blood bath that was Real v Atletico, Barca's 3-1 magical display in Paris, and Juventus' 1-0 win over Monaco. We'll break down a Manchester derby that saw City jump out early, only to be subdued by a driving rain and a surging United squad 4-2 at Old Trafford. While we'll break United's derby win down, we'll also look at their next test, a visit to Stamford Bridge and Chelsea on Saturday. We'll also look at the FA Cup Semifinal games this coming weekend.  We'll talk USA v Mexico and of course Jordan Morris, Seattle boy turned USA scorer, as he netted his first international goal in his first start against Mexico leading the US to a 2-0 win over their bitter rival. Last but not least, we welcome former MLS veteran and Seattle Sounder FC legend Roger Levesque to the show to talk all things life, Seattle, and MLS.  It was a big week in soccer, therefore, we're going to have a big show. Join us Friday at 9am PST.

  • 00:59

    Seattle Sin Bin episode 8: Chris Daniels steps in to discuss all things arena

    in Hockey

    King 5 news reporter Chris Daniels joins us for the second time. Tonight, he discusses all things arena, including some breaking news regarding opposition frorm the Seattle Mariners and the Port of Seattle. Should be fun. Join us!


     

  • 00:29

    Kent Rollins Celebrity Grill Master and Red River Ranch Chuck Wagon.

    in Food

    NWP welcomes Kent Rollins!


    Kent is an acclaimed chuck wagon cook and has made numerous television appearances including: PBS, QVC, Food Network's Throwdown with Bobby Flay, Chopped Grill Masters and Chopped Redemption, and currently NBC's Food Fighters.  His popular recipe and story contributions can also be enjoyed each month in Western Horseman MagazineRaised in Hollis, Oklahoma, near the banks of the Red River, Kent grew up around the cattle business helping his dad and later managed a cow/calf operation. Along with working cattle, cooking has always been a passion for Kent, which was learned from his mother at an early age. From the skills he learned in the kitchen and years of Dutch oven cooking for hunters deep in the Gila Wilderness of New Mexico, Kent took to the trail with his business Red River Ranch Chuck Wagon Catering.

  • 01:57

    Who else believes that minimum wage employees are overpaid enough???

    in Politics Conservative

    We have our first Democratic nomination...Hilary Clinton.  I don't think this was such a big surprise.  What was her first political move; making the case for CEO pay vs middle class pay.  She goes to Chipolte and forgets to leave a tip.  I have heard all the arguments that Chipolte is not the kind of place where you leave a tip.  Neither is Subway but if they have a tip jar I leave a tip.  Since she is championing the middle class and better pay you would think leaving a tip would have been the first thing she would have done.  I can't believe that no one in her camp bothered to do it or even mention it to her to do.  I have been told that politics is more about public perception than the actual platform.  We have a CEO in Seattle who has decided to take a pay cut so his employees can receive better pay.  I don't have a problem since it is his company and he wants to provide an incentive to maintain his good employees but it sends the wrong idea to minimum wage workers who think they are worth more than their skills indicate.  There have been other police involved shootings and people are marching for justice.  You know how I feel about that but there are a few instances where I can see it being justified.  

  • 00:37

    The Voice of Hope: Children's Series - The Letter "R"

    in Culture

    The Voice of Hope is here to help Mandarin speakers improve their spoken English. Written, produced, and translated by certified American teachers, this show will appeal to children and help them to succeed in their English classes. Bible stories, based on the letter of the day, are also a part of the show. Please join us today for the letter "R."

  • 00:33

    IndieReview Behind The Scenes w/ Bobbie Pyron Premier Virtual Author Book Tours

    in Entertainment

    Hello Everyone, My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan one of your hosts, and my co-host Jamie White is also joining me this evening. Tonight we are very happy to have the opportuity to chat with Children's/YA Fiction Author Bobbie Pyron!


    From Bobbie Pyron: I live in Park City, Utah, way up at 7,000 feet.   I live here with my husband, Todd, our three dogs Boo, Teddy, and Sherlock, and our two cats Mittens and Kami.   Yes, it's a zoo.


    My debut novel THE RING, was published by WestSide Books in 2009. In March of 2011, my middle-grade novel, A DOG'S WAY HOME, was published by Katherine Tegen Books (HarperCollins). The Dogs of Winter (2012) was published by Arthur A. Levine Books/Scholastic. My new middle grade novel, Lucky Strike (Arthur A. Levine Books), comes out March 1, 2015!


    Contact: http://bobbiepyron.com/index.html


     

  • 01:44

    I Feel Like Steppin' with Brian "Steppin B" Patterson

    in Lifestyle

    Studies show that dancing keeps us younger.  Today, I'm talking with Brian "Steppin B" Patterson and Gregory Dillingham of SteppinB.com and we talk about all of the excitement over the dance that is taking the world by sstorm, Chicago Style Steppin. They will also promote Brian's visit to the Seattle area and the upcoming workshops. 

  • 00:28

    Firm and Fair with Purpose featuring Rich Korb

    in Education

    Rich Korb has thirty-seven years of educational experience as a successful educator working with difficult and at-risk students.  He has taught both general and special education at all levels and has served as Youth Ranch Director of Education for delinquent youth.  
        
    His experience in working with difficult and defiant students has led him to develop a wealth of practical ideas that teachers and administrators can put to use immediately.  He knows what works and what doesn't work when dealing with disruptive and defiant students.
        
    Rich is also a sought-after presenter and author of Motivating Defiant and Disruptive Students to Learn, and Powerful Strategies for Working Effectively with Difficult, Non compliant Students.  Rich is an adjunct faculty member for Seattle Pacific University, where he teaches a course in how to work with defiant and disruptive students.

  • 01:35

    Sports and Gibberish w/ Tim & JD - Episode #19

    in Sports

    Join Tim and JD as they talk sports and gibberish.

  • 01:04

    From The Desk of Kiler Davenport Presents: KD Live - Interview with March to May

    in Music

    March To May’s Darren Guyaz (guitar, vocals, keyboard) and Beth Wesche (Celtic harp, vocals) first met in December 2012.  By March 2013, the folk/indie/Americana duo had co-written their first two songs, by April they had a paid gig under their belts, and by May they had a name and shows booked out into the months ahead. Before settling in Seattle, Washington, where the act is now based, both Darren and Beth had traversed the Western Hemisphere separately.  Darren migrated from the northern Appalachians to his birth-state of Montana, before heading on a South American adventure across the Andes mountain range, eventually falling in love with Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.  The daughter of a US Foreign Service Officer, Beth also spent time in the Andes, as well as a host of US states on both coasts, before moving to Seattle, just blocks from where her beloved Celtic harp had been created, years before.  The duo has drawn comparisons to acts like The Civil Wars, Damien Rice, the Swell Season, The Banner Days, and Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.  The Water’s Edge is the debut release from March To May, out April 25th, 2015. For more information, visit www.marchtomay.com.

  • 01:04

    Authors David Fitzgerald and Luna Lindsey Talk Mormonism

    in Religion

    This week we'll be joined by authors David Fitzgerald (Nailed, The Complete Heretic's Guide to Western Religion Book One: The Mormons) and Luna Lindsey (Recovering Agency: Lifting the Veil of Mormon Mind Control) as they discuss the ins and outs of Mormonism. 


    About the authors:


    Luna Lindsey was born into the LDS Church and left the faith in 2001, at age 26. She now lives in Seattle, WA and writes about topics of interest to her, including psychology, mind control, culture, and autism. She also writes science fiction and fantasy novels. When she's not busy traveling to improbable worlds, or thinking hard about this improbable world, she's enjoying life with her large and improbable family.


    David Fitzgerald is an atheist activist, historical researcher, writer and national public speaker. He was the co-founder & director of the world's first Atheist Film Festival and San Francisco's oldest annual Darwin Day celebration, "Evolutionpalooza!" Today he works for the Secular Student Alliance and co-runs The Godless Perverts Story Hour. He is also author of "NAILED: Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed At All" and "The Complete Heretic's Guide to Western Religion" series.


    Logicast is a weekly podcast that airs every Thursday night @ 8:00 PM CST/9:00 PM EST. We discuss topics like religion, history, philosophy, science, skepticism, politics, and economics. Check us out on Facebook @ facebook.com/logicast. 

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