What's Ringing Rachel's 'Belle'?
Rachel Belle
Ring My Belle on KIRO Radio
Tune in to KIRO Radio on Saturdays at 5pm and Sundays at 3pm for Ring my Belle with Rachel Belle.

Who is Rachel Belle?
Rachel Belle's "Ring My Belle" segment airs Monday-Friday on The Ron & Don Show at 4:37pm and 6:37pm. You can hear "Ring My Belle Weekends" Saturdays at 5:00pm Sundays at 3:00pm. Rachel is a northern California native who loves anything and everything culinary, playing Scrabble, petting cats and performing improv.

Please send Rachel your story ideas, weekend events and taco truck tips!



Seattle's Soulumination Captures the Beauty of Terminally Ill Children Through Photographs

In the eight years since Lynette Johnson started the non-profit, Soulumination, she has taken photos of over 1,000 sick or dying children and parents. She gives the beautiful photos to families, no charge.

Late Bloomer: Becoming a Seahawk Fan at the 11th Hour

I did not become a Seahawk fan until about 5:30pm during the Super Bowl, when Percy Harvin ran that incredible touchdown. Better late than never, right? The Seahawks managed to gather up a nice little group of last minute fans this season because winning is really fun.

Parents: Are you pulling your kids out of school for the Seahawks parade?

When Seattle Public Schools announced it would not be shutting down schools for Wednesday's Seahawk parade, many parents said they'd take their kids out anyway.

Eat like a Seahawk: The team's top chef on what the guys are eating

Seahawks chef Mac McNabb is in New Jersey, with the team, cooking up breakfast, lunch and dinner. He says the days of carb loading are gone, and most of the players eat super healthy, lean, organic meals that he cooks up six days a week.

Are you there God? It's Me, A Seahawks Fan

Half of Americans surveyed say they think God is partially responsible for a sports win or loss, and many think their team has been cursed by something supernatural. But Bothell's Eastlake Community Church's pastor says no, sports have to do with athleticism, not God. He says there are more important things to pray for.

Build a Snack Stadium for the Super Bowl (Including guacamole field & sour cream end zones!)

A West Seattle couple has constructed a six foot long Snackadium, a vessel for holding Superbowl snacks, complete with guacamole field and Slim Jim uprights. This is just one of many creative ideas they've come up with for their epic Super Bowl party this weekend.

Should We Ban Weddings & Baby Showers?

Valerie Alexander thinks people focus too much on the wedding, rather than being married. She also thinks we should celebrate other big milestones in a woman's life, like getting a first job or getting into college.

A Seattle-Raised Comedian Took to Twitter on MLK Day to Tell Racists He Loves Them

Solomon Georgio, a Los Angeles based comedian from Seattle, spent Martin Luther King Day trolling Twitter for racist remarks, and then replying to them with messages of love and acceptance.

Minneapolis' Biggest Seahawk Fan!

Leif Heide has never lived in Seattle, but he's been a tried and true Seahawk fan since 1976, when he was 8 years old. He took on a second job loading airplanes just to get the free flights so he could jet-set to Seahawk games around the country.

Home Sweet Home: The History of Seattle's Monarch Apartments & How You Can Research Your Own Home

I'm fascinated with all the different people, families and lives that have been lived inside every apartment building and home. How many times did someone fall in love in my apartment unit, how many people died, what sort of strange, disgusting, illegal, beautiful, creative and unique things have taken place in that single space? Here we take a look at who is living in The Monarch Apartments in Seattle's University District. And a local historian will tell you how to look up your own house's history.

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