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Drones create the ultimate Peeping Tom situation

Spying on the neighbors has reached a new level with the advent of personal drones outfitted with cameras.

Seattle's most liberal zip code is more conservative than Huntsville, AL

The City of Seattle is often touted as a haven for liberals. Often considered one of the most LGBT friendly cities in the U.S. and the first major city to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, it feels liberal.

The Weekend Recap

Tom says Ken Schram's memorial was both moving and entertaining, but John didn't make it.

'Jersey Boys' film better and worse than Broadway show

Except for The Beatles, there was no bigger a pop group during the 1960's than The Four Seasons. Frankie Valli's power falsetto powered the band to three #1 songs in a row, and 25 hits all told between 1962 and 1968. Even if you never owned a Four Seasons record, you knew their music. Songs like Sherry, Big Girls Don't Cry, and Walk Like A Man were inescapable, so much so that even 50 years later, it's hard to find anyone who doesn't recognize their distinctive sound.

Poll: Is watching TV an accomplishment?

Reading through the results of a recent census that indicates the number one "hobby" in America is watching TV, KIRO Radio's John Curley took exception to that description of the pastime.

9/11 memorial advocate disappointed in Kirkland's reaction to patriotic sculpture

The City of Kirkland rejected a proposal to become the new home for a sculpture memorializing 9/11. But the woman who hoped Kirkland would embrace the sculpture as part of their landscape is shocked by why people would reject it.

Meet me at the 7-Eleven: How a gallery owner got his stolen art back

In December, a reward was offered for art stolen in Seattle. But a month after the reward expired, the owner of a Seattle art gallery received an unexpected call and an invitation to recover some of the lost pieces in the parking lot of a 7-Eleven.

Photo: John Curley breaks the KIRO Radio studio door

Shortly before Friday's show, John Curley opened the studio door ...

Seattle director Megan Griffiths wants you to be suprised by the big star in 'Lucky Them'

Seattle film director Megan Griffiths sits down with Tom Tangney to discuss her latest, Lucky Them. The movie played at the Seattle International Film Festival.

Poll: Who would you rather throw off the side of a building?

Special Olympics Washington is reviving their fundraiser in which local guests are challenged to rappel down the side of a 40-story building.

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