Monday, March 16, 2015
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Friday, March 13, 2015
- Washington's film industry fights for productions against increasing giveaways by other states
Washington's film industry fights for productions against increasing giveaways by other states
- March 13, 2015 - Hour: 4
Tim Cook offered half of liver to Steve Jobs and Jobs refused.
- March 13, 2015 - Hour: 3
Ed Troyer joins the show to talk about a homeless man they believe was lit of fire
- March 13, 2015 - Hour: 2
Ring My Belle: a river raft guide wants to take people by the Oso slide zone and a few locals aren’t happy about it
- March 13, 2015 - Hour: 1
Black Student Union members claim SAE members at the University of Washington called them apes during a Black Lives Matter march last month
Thursday, March 12, 2015
- Are Seattleites crying 'racist' too much?
"I don't understand what is racist anymore." KIRO Radio's Rachel Belle opened a discussion about racism on The Ron & Don Show Wednesday following a few recent reports of events and businesses around Seattle some are calling "racist."
- March 12, 2015 - Hour: 4
Bees are dying off at an increasing rate and that’s a scary thing for crops. Ron explains
- March 12, 2015 - Hour: 3
A couple of Secret Service agents were apparently drunk when they plunked their SUV into a temporary barrier at the White House recently
- March 12, 2015 - Hour: 2
New Seahawk Jimmy Graham spoke for the first time following his trade to Seattle.
- March 12, 2015 - Hour: 1
Two police officers trying to control protestors in Ferguson, Missouri were shot last night… both sustained non-life threatening injuries
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
- Rant: Men need to learn what is 'too close' when it comes to sitting next to other men
I took my niece to the Cirque Du Soleil Kurios show at Marymoor this weekend. The show was amazing, but I did have some trouble with the behavior of an audience member seated next to me.