In Part 2 includes Aarron making his return to Trivia, Intern Quinn and 110 student Ciara take a crack at the news, Adanica brings us a Six Pack of Cursed Items, Intern Tommy J introduces “WTF” Wednesdays,
Part One includes Question of The Day responses, Geeky News, Regular News, the return of #HashItOut, and the Word of The Week!
Brand new episode!
Mike, Dave, and Corbin (with Very Special Guest Micki) discuss movie trailers and how much of the story should be spoiled!
Mike, Dave, and Corbin started a podcast to get credit in Radio Announcing class. This week they discuss TV viewing habits
Is there such a thing as too much MARVEL? Mike, Dave, and Corbin discuss.
Che and Waldo were asked to make a five minute podcast for our Radio Announcing class. This is the result… Who will win the Shining Diamond Award for riding the tiger the hardest?
Cork from The Buzz interviews Chris from Phasers On Kill about their upcoming show, and more!
Mike and Micki After Dark, along with Cork from the Buzz interview James, one of the promoters of the Jet City Comic Show about the upcoming comic convention, returning to Tacoma Saturday & Sunday, November 5th and
Cork and Intern Tommy J talk to comedian Christopher Titus before his shows in Tacoma and Seattle.
Jaeney Hoene joins Cork and Dave to talk about the faculty side of the 3 day strike that happened at Green River College from 5/23-5/25.
Catherine Ushka, the director of public information of GRC stops by to discuss the school side of the 3 day strike by the faculty.
Trevbot talks to These Young Fools about their upcoming performance at the KGRG 2016 Spring Pledge Drive Show, their future plans for the group, and how they make their PB&J sandwiches!
Chris from Waking Things comes in to talk about the KGRG Benefit show on May 14th at Real Art Tacoma, then plays a few acoustic songs in the KGRG Studio.
Cork and Corbin talk with Davin Stedman of The Staxx Brothers about playing along with Far East Movement at the Green River Spring Concert, and more!
Sports correspondent, Drew Davidson, interviews the head coach of the GRC Men’s baseball team, Brian Embery
Cork talks to JP from Post Radio Records about PostFest on Sunday, April 17th.
Natalie from Uncommon Chords interviews Dreamers
John Boyatt, driver of the #10 Green River College, KGRG, Buzz Chevrolet, calls in and talks to Dave & Corbin (from The Buzz morning show on KGRG) with Mike about the upcoming season of racing out at
Cork, Corbin and Dave talk to the driver of the all new Green River College, KGRG, Buzz #10 Chevrolet that runs at Evergreen Speedway this season. We ask John about how he came up through the ranks,
Cork and Corbin talk with Kneel from xSPONGEXCOREx about his inspiration, if he’ll branch out to other cartoons, and of course PB&J sandwiches.
Qwynn interviews Jerret Smith of the Seattle Thunderbirds for Journalism 120
Cork and Corbin talk with Christopher from Encourager about his band, growing pains and of course, PB&J’s
Children of Bodom [phone interview] Late Night Death’s Killing Spree talks to Children of Bodom front man, Alexi Laiho. Listen to LND every Tuesday from 10-midnight
Joe Chip and the Inertials [phone interview] Mike and Micki talk to Joe Chip about how he creates his unique sound and his lo-fi garage punk band, Joe Chip and the Inertials.
Marytree [phone interview] Mike and Intern Amanda talk to James, Brandon, and David from grungemetal band Marytree about their music, influences, and more!
The Buzz [in-studio interview] Twitter | FB | IG | Tumblr The guys from Dichotomy stop by for a chat about their beginnings, their style of music and play us a couple songs.
The Buzz [in-studio interview] Twitter | FB | IG | Tumblr Death*Star Stops by for a chat about their genre, and Who do. Share, Subscribe, Like, and Enjoy! More From Death*Star: Twitter | FB | YouTube | Bandcamp
The Buzz [phone interview] Twitter | FB | IG | Tumblr Comedian Rebecca Corry calls in to talk about comedy, her shows this weekend, and Stand Up For Pits. More From Rebecca Corry: Twitter | FB
In anticipation of their sold out Bremerton, WA concert with Acceptance–punk rock legend Mike Hererra chatted with JP about punks growing up, who he’s listening to lately, future plans and more.