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KBCS and Northwest Harvest #FillThePack

When you donate $120 to KBCS today, together we will send a backpack full of nutritious food to a child suffering from hunger.

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Progress as of: December 1, 2015

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Top Ten November 23rd – November 29th:


November 30, 2015 - 11:35 am

  1. Kathy Kallick Band  Foxhounds  (Live Oak)
  2. Son Little  Son Little  (Anti)
  3. St. Germain  St. Germain  (Warner)
  4. Tim O’Brien  Pompadour  (Howdy Skies)
  5. Danny Barnes  Got Myself Together (Ten Years Later)  (Thirty 8)
  6. Alan Bibey & Grasstowne  Grasstowne 4  (Mountain Fever)
  7. Boogat  Neo-Reconquista  (Maisonette)
  8. Gary Clark Jr.  The Story of Sonny Boy Slim  (Warner Brothers)
  9. Mozo  The Neighborhood Has Changed  (Self)
  10. Mike Krol  Turkey  (Merge)

Past Top Ten

Help KBCS #FillthePack for kids in need

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November 25, 2015 - 9:55 am

91.3 KBCS and Northwest Harvest believe that kids should have three nutritious meals a day. Partner with us to make sure that kids in our region get the nutrition they need over the holidays. With your gift of $120 or more, KBCS and Northwest Harvest will provide a backpack full of nutritious food for hungry

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French citizen, Blaise Bouchand, reacts to Paris terror attacks


November 18, 2015 - 4:22 pm

French Born businessman Blaise Bouchand reacts to the recent terrorist attacks in Paris. Bouchand is the owner of the Bellevue interior design store, Maison de France.

Young, Gifted and Brown: 2015 Seattle Post-Election Analysis


November 16, 2015 - 8:00 am

In South Seattle last week, a group of young politicos of color decided to offer their points of view on this year’s vote with an event titled, Young, Gifted and Brown: 2015 Seattle Post-Election Analysis. It was a packed house as they shared their opinions on engaging communities and candidates of color. Our own Sonya

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Seattle native debuts his first film, From the Sky


November 13, 2015 - 7:55 am

Native Seattleite, Ian Ebright, has debuted his narrative short film, ‘From the Sky’ online this week. The film is about a family living under drones. It’s earned 12 awards, 5 nominations and 27 official selections at fests ranging from SIFF to the Oscar-qualifying Rhode Island International Film Festival where it won the International Humanitarian Award

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Meet female veteran, Christina Sciabarra

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November 11, 2015 - 7:55 am

KBCS News Director, Sonya Green speaks with Iraq war veteran, Christina Sciabarra. Christina is the Associate Director for the Center for Career Connections at Bellevue College. She works to help fellow veterans obtain services available to them and their families. among other things, Green discusses the image of female veterans with Christina.

The Marijuana Industry in Washington State

Courtesy: Tomas de Aquino Courtesy: Tomas de Aquino

November 3, 2015 - 11:57 am

Legalization has brought a new face to the marijuana industry. This series explores the emerging marijuana industry with insiders and outsiders. You’ll hear from growers, dispensary owners and communities of color impacted by the legalization of marijuana. Episode 1  – Ryan Kunkel, Founder of Have a Heart Compasssion Care is the largest retailer of marijuana

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Association of Independents in Radio selects KBCS


November 2, 2015 - 9:00 am

91.3 KBCS to examine our commute with “Localore: Finding America” Projects launch in Bellevue, Anchorage, Baltimore, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, and beyond 91.3 KBCS is one of 15 stations nationwide selected by AIR, the Association of Independents in Radio, to participate in the development of new media work in partnership with an AIR producer under

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Celebrate The Gospel Highway – 10 Years on the Air!

Gospel Highway

October 27, 2015 - 4:42 pm

Tune in to The Gospel Highway Saturday mornings at 7:00 throughout November as we celebrate 10 years on the air with live performances from NW Gospel artists, interviews, and stories. Upcoming guests:

  • Nov. 14 Pastor Patrinell Wright, Director of Seattle’s Total Experience Gospel Choir
  • Nov. 21 Debbie Cavitt, Seattle gospel and jazz vocalist
  • Nov. 28 Nick Borkowski (WWU student and participant in recent civil rights pilgrimage)

All of us on the Gospel Highway Team would like to thank our many listeners and supporters!

Coercive Control: Another side of Domestic Violence

Courtesy:  Justin Henry Courtesy: Justin Henry

October 27, 2015 - 12:14 pm

Domestic violence is often defined as a safety issue. And while there is truth to this aspect of domestic violence, there are still many other factors. Sonya Green spoke with an anti-domestic violence advocate, Heather Stark.