Tomorrow morning at 8:30, listen as we come up with a list of clues. They could be from the world of sports, television, politics, darn near anywhere.
Come up with the answer and win a one-topping Giant Pizza from Dirty
Dave's Pizza Parlor.
The one and only Dirty Dave’s has an ambiance like no where else on
the planet. Take the family, take your friends, take the whole darn team.
The next time you go, check these pizzas:
The Bulldog Fresh onions, green peppers, pepperoni,
mushrooms, black olives, and sausage.
The California Creamy garlic ranch sauce with artichoke
hearts, tomato, black olives, and red onion.
Chicken Divan Creamy garlic ranch sauce with chicken,
broccoli, red onion, tomato, topped with cheddar cheese.
Starting tomorrow, be the first caller on the Roxy Line to correctly identify
the artist and title on the featured snippet and win a $50 certificate from the Seafood Restaurant at
Red Wind Casino. (Must be 21 or over. Not good for alcohol or tip.)
The newest addition to their lineup of restaurants, the new Seafood Restaurant serves up all-new seafood dishes from local, fresh-caught Nisqually Tribe fish. For seafood any fresher, you’d need a fishing pole.
They're open Monday through Thursday evenings from 5 to 10, Friday & Saturday evenings from 3 to 11, and Sunday from 3 to 10.
Weekday afternoons, Kris Marshall serves up an hour's worth of
all request and dedication.
Write the soundtrack to your drive home. Click here to email the Roxy Studio. You can
also call 754.7108 in the Olympia dialing area or
toll-free at 1.866.945.ROXY. Plus,
starting tomorrow during the Drive@5, listen to
win tickets to Bluegrass
From the Forest.
The 12th annual Bluegrass
From the Forest Festival is at the Shelton Performing Arts Center and High School Campus. Artists include Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper from Indiana,
Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley from Nashville, Seattle's North Country and The Blackberry Bushes, The Green Mountain Bluegrass Band from Salem, and the South Sound's
Runaway Train. In addition to those performances there are showcases, a banjo contest, jamming, open mic sessions, vendors, and workshops. RV and tent camping is available on site.
It is happening Friday, Saturday, and Sunday -- May 13th, 14th, and 15th. Tickets are available online at bluegrassfromtheforest.com.
Tickets are also available in Shelton at Pro Build, Tuppers Floors, Olsen Furniture, and Heritage Bank; at Music 6000 in Olympia, Mitchell’s Lumber in Belfair, and at the Shelton/Mason County
Chamber of Commerce. Tickets also available at the door throughout the weekend.