After being blown up by an IED in Iraq, Kyle Gourlie came back to the states for rehabilitation. Through that process he found cooking, and now he owns The Vet Chef, serving up San Diego style Mexican food in Bothell and beyond.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is returning to Seattle days after announcing a possible run for president. He has an appearance at the Moore Theater. He'll be greeted by a protest outside the venue.
4 Non Blondes frontwoman and Songwriter Hall of Famer, Linda Perry, doesn't care about food. She's all about music. So Rachel Belle interviews an Oxford professor who has studied how sound and music can influence the taste of food.
Dave and Brock argue that NFL players who take a knee during the national anthem could learn from Dori's recent tent office protest. The difference, they say, is in the delivery rather than the message.
A new ESPN report states that the Seahawks were considering bringing Colin Kaepernick in for a workout - until Kaepernick refused to stop kneeling during the national anthem. Dori says that Kaepernick's refusal to stop using the football field as his personal social activism pedestal is a refusal to be a team player.
University of Washington Professor Susana Asberry was stunned when the university put her on probation following allegations of racism and homophobia. Asberry believes the school is really persecuting her for her Christian faith.
Dori thanks his listeners for their support in pulling off the tent office protest. Things may have gotten out of hand in Seattle politics, but Dori says that he and his listeners will pull the pendulum back the other way.