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What are some songs with whistling? This Friday night from 8-10 Rachel and Ken will be puckering up and playing songs “whith” whistles during a week of special radio before our One Day Drive. Please take a moment now http://bit.ly/1qqajdV   to help us towards our $85,000 goal. Thank you! Also coming up later this week:

Friday, 3/28

Good Day Radio Show – 9am-10am:  Rebecca will kick things off with live music by Casey Orona & Jeff Jenks.

Straight No Chaser – 2pm-4pm:  Carolyn Servid will be joined by Mike & Iko Sullivan in the studio, performing some live jazz music.

Saturday, 3/29

At the Hop – 9am-10:30am: Slacktide will be playing some live tunes on Denton’s show.

The Root Cellar – noon-2pm: Angie Bowers has a live performance by Jim Deginero, featuring the songs of Guy Clark.

Garden Show – 5:30pm-6pm: Kitty and Mollie are back with a new season of the Garden Show.

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Lt. Lance Leone, right, hugs Darryl Penn, a La Push resident who helped rescue him from a helicopter crash. Leone visited La Push at the fourth anniversary of the July 7, 2010 crash. (Photo: Ed Ronco/KPLU)
On July 7, 2014, KCAW News broadcast a special report from the Center for Investigative Reporting on the aftermath of the crash of Coast Guard helicopter 6017, and its impact on the culture of accountability in the Coast Guard. On the same day, the co-pilot and lone survivor, Lt. Lance Leone, revisited the crash site to talk with the Quileute Tribe fishermen who pulled him from the ocean. Former KCAW reporter Ed Ronco accompanied Leone on his return to La Push, Washington -- his last as an officer in the Coast Guard. more

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