Ring My Belle

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Who is Rachel Belle?
Rachel Belle's "Ring My Belle" segment airs Monday-Friday on The Ron & Don Show. You can hear "Ring My Belle Weekends" Sundays at 3pm. Rachel is a northern California native who loves anything and everything culinary, playing Scrabble, petting cats and performing improv.

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A new line of reversible clothing with no tags or buttons is perfect for kids with autism

A former CNN anchor came up with innovative Independence Day Clothing after watching her autistic son struggle for 45 minutes to get dressed.

Bare your secrets on a public 'confession board' in Seattle

A confession board is popping up sporadically around Seattle, and you can jot down your deepest darkest secrets, anonymously, for the world to see.

Why do you only drink tomato juice on airplanes?

Have you ever wondered why you order tomato juice on an airplane but rarely, or never, on the ground? Studies have been done, and experts have weighed in on the phenomenon.

Russell Wilson explains why he chooses to Eat the Ball

Russell Wilson took time to chat about a new football-shaped bread called Eat the Ball. But Rachel Belle took the opportunity to ask questions we've all been wondering.

The first spectacular photos of Pluto, explained by a UW Carl Sagan Fellow

UW astronomer explains how after nine years, three billion miles and $700 million, we are finally getting the first high resolution photos of Pluto.

Pretty soon only the rich will be able to dine in Seattle

At least one person has reached their tipping limit and is now handing out economics lessons.

Fewer Americans are getting their pilot's license, recreationally and commercially

In the last five years alone, the number of Americans who have a pilot's license has dropped by 34,000. It's simply too expensive for most, plus the magic and excitement that used to surround air travel has subsided.

Does another warm El Niņo winter mean another snowless season at the ski resorts?

Forecasters are predicting El Niņo will continue to blow warm air on western Washington through the winter months, and possibly all the way through spring. But even after last year's dreadfully dry ski and snowboard season, folks at Steven's Pass don't seem too worried about the conditions this winter.

Death to the wedding cake! Modern couples are choosing doughnuts and pie instead

Modern couples are choosing to shun the classic wedding cake in favor of fun handheld treats like doughnuts, ice cream sandwiches and macarons.

A preschool inside a West Seattle nursing home brings joy to young and old

West Seattle's Intergenerational Learning Center is a preschool with participants between the ages of six months to 90.

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