Here’s what to know about your Netflix price hikes

By Mandi Ringgenberg | January 16, 2019

Supporting Netflix Originals Are you a loyal Netflix users, carving out time at the end of the day to binge watch a new season of “Game of Thrones”? Netflix has over thousands of streaming TV series, movies and short films to watch. It’s no surprise with the broadcast competition of TV and cable networks that …

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Remembering The Cranberries’ Dolores O’Riordan and new music releases

By Mandi Ringgenberg | January 15, 2019

Written by Mitch Etter Today marks one year since Dolores O’Riordan, lead vocalist and songwriter for The Cranberries passed away unexpectedly at age 46. Luckily for fans all over the world, the remaining band members have decided to mark this sad anniversary with a bit of brightness by releasing the first taste of new music …

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What road changes you need to know during the Viaduct Shutdown

By Mandi Ringgenberg | January 9, 2019

For the next three weeks, SR 99, I-5, surrounding roads and highways will be congested more than ‘normal’. During this time, Seattle Dept. of Transportation (SDOT), Seattle Police Dept. (SPD), Seattle firefighters, and construction workers will be hard at work getting the new SR 99 tunnel prepped for thousands of daily commuters to travel on …

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Seattle Storm 2019 HOME Schedule

By Gus Swanson | January 9, 2019

Your 3-Time World Champion Seattle Storm start their 2019 Season May 25th

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Cohosts Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg ready to make you laugh this Sunday!

By Mandi Ringgenberg | January 4, 2019

Written by Mandi Ringgenberg Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg have rolled out the red carpet and are ready to co-host the 76th Golden Globe Awards this Sunday, Jan. 6th. Oh, popularly known for her role in Grey’s Anatomy and most recently on BBC America’s Killing Eve crime-thriller television series, and Samberg, a SNL-alumn popular for …

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New Years Eve and day activities for everyone

By Mandi Ringgenberg | December 30, 2018

Need plans for New Years Eve, but not sure what to do, or how family-friendly it may be? Or want to simply try out some local favorite activities this holiday season with friends? We have a few ideas that might help! With the family This holiday is undoubtedly known for it’s boosey scenes, but if …

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“Men In Black: International” has us cheering for the knock-out cast

By Mandi Ringgenberg | December 28, 2018

As if the film couldn’t top the iconic duo of Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones (also starring Rip Torn and Emma Thompson), we were happily surprised by the reboot, MIB International. International reintroduces audiences to the secret alien galactic task force, Men In Black, but this time featuring two new suits. Previously playing in a different …

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Welcoming a new pet into your family

By Mandi Ringgenberg | December 27, 2018

Getting a new pet is always a special occasion, especially during Christmas. Pets, especially cats and dogs, are very popular in Seattle with 29.5% of households home to cats and 25.5% have at least one dog as a pet. While there is no doubt that a new pet can bring a great deal of happiness …

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“Aquaman” Jason Momoa tears up performing the Haka with his kids

By Mandi Ringgenberg | December 27, 2018

Jason Momoa, 39, popularly known as DC’s newest addition to the superhero universe, Aquaman, is a familiar face in entertainment media. Thanks to the release of “Aquaman”, Momoa is everywhere in the media these days and we are completely O.K. with that. He has guest-starred on SNL and at his “Aquaman” L.A. premiere performing the …

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Oh Christmas tree, how do I get rid of thee?

By Mandi Ringgenberg | December 26, 2018

Need a way to get rid of your holiday decoration, but don’t want to throw it away in the landfill when it could go to good use? Donate your tree(s) to the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) this holiday season! On January 5th, the scouts will be picking up the trees around Sammamish, including the …

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Warm's morning show co-host Allan Fee grew up in the PNW where he started his radio career at age 16 in Bellingham. From there, he made stops in multiple all over the country before coming back to Seattle!

Warm's morning show co-host Ashley was born and raised in the Seattle area, leaving only briefly to attend USC. Upon her return to the Pacific Northwest, she was featured on multiple shows before landing at Warm 106.9!