You Can Make a Difference
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THIS WEEK: Mar. 20 to 26, 2023
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Dr. Michelle shares about her program Open Arms that helps low income mothers give birth to their children in the comfort of their own home.
Clean Greens Living
Students from Lakeside Middle School share a really cool project they're working on Clean Greens Living and ask Bri questions about what Clean Greens Farm & Market does.
Singer and songwriter Jay Tolentino from Antipolo City Philippines 🇵🇭.
MLB better ways.
The Neon Ghost Show
Recapping being on the desk for Coga's Rumble at the Reef, top 3 Bruce Willis movies, and how about them Sea Dragons!!!
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Sunday Worship Service
The Queen's Touch
Returning to the weekly lineup with a demonstation show.
Real Estate & Money
Seattle Here & Now
Bringing on Tina Albro, who is making significant in-roads and creating excitement not just locally, but elsewhere in the world historically dominated by men.
Continuing Women's History Month with guest the State Director of AARP Washington Marguerite Ro.
Magical Solutions. Various news events, a movie review, the role of the Sackler family in the Oxycontin crisis, and how fascists are able to sell their magical solutions to the public.
What's Cookin' in Columbia City
You Can Make a Difference
The 80s Flashback Show
Kenny Loggins, INXS, Van Halen, Duran Duran, and more.
The 2nd release of Edibles is out from the Seattle duo and former guests Tre Ross & Bryce Bowden make their first appearance on Fresh Juice as a duo plus Virginia songstress Jasmine Tiarra comes to impress!
Jazz From the Cabinets
Celebrating Women’s History Month with selections from Abbey Lincoln, Nubya Garcia, Shirley Horn, Nina Simone, and more!
Chaka Khan, Blondie, Kid Sensation, Jose Feliciano, and more.
PJ Harvey, the Beatles, Zack Whedon, Kenny Loggins, Sia, Going Home, Hall & Oates and more!
The Reggae Hour
Johnny Osbourne, Cutty Ranks, Coco Tea, Shabba Ranks, and more.
Rizal Park Jazz Radyo Seattle
Saeattle Filipino-American emerging singer/songwriter Jojo Santor is Rizal Park Jazz Radyo's March guest.
To celebrate Women's History Month, Paul and his friend "Samantha" count down the 30 most-played female artists in Star Time history, featuring some of the most-loved women of song and a few surprises.
Star Time Jukebox
Whatever Gets You Thru the Night
MC Paul Barman, American Music Club, Ken Nordine & Tom Waits, Domenica Diavoleria, Dr. Octagon, the Grateful Dead, Rickie Lee Jones and more.
Metro Sports Weekly
Longtime Washington State basketball referee Scott Fetterly guests.
Seattle Sports Weekly
WIAA Primetime Weekly