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Luke Burbank Show

April 26, 2013 - Hour: 1

Originally aired: Friday, April 26, 2013

A story about surviving your worst nightmare: A 39-year-old Seattle architect is back on land after her charter boat capsized leaving her to swim eight miles (over the course of 14 hours) to shore. // Robin Hood Lanes, a bowling alley in Edmonds, is closing down. It joins a long list of disappeared bowling alleys, replaced by commercial development. // A neighbor of the homeless camp called Nicholsville is filing a $1.6 million damage claim against Seattle. Greg Jacobsen, president of Sea-Way Marine, wants to sell his warehouse. But Nicholsville, he says, has damaged his property value. We talk to Greg Jacobsen. // The University of Maryland's famously foul mouthed Delta Gamma girl has left the sorority. Luke and Tom play a rendition of her profanity laced letter.

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