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Scott Less rocks your afternoon every weekday from 3p – 7p.
At 4pm, tickle your funny bone with the Four O’clock Funny.

And at 5pm, Scott gets you home inside of the 5 O’clock Free Ride. Request your favorite classic rock song by calling 360-733-KISM or email Scott@KISM.com

Kick off the weekend a bit early with the Weekend Beer Buzz at 3:30 on Fridays.  Get details on craft beer, food pairings, and a spotlight on your favorite Northwest flavor.

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The Weekend Beer Buzz is brought to you by The Local Public House, on Railroad in Bellingham.  Check out the 14 beers on tap, all locally-sourced within the Cascadia region and great food pairings with your cold brew selection.  Join the Local Public House Mug Club for $150, and get more than a year’s worth of benefits, including an 18 ounce mug etched with your name and discounts on every beer on tap.


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