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How do you choose gifts people will actually want?

As shopping time dwindles, Tom & Curley took a moment to consider the merits of a recent list from New York Magazine that claimed to have "7 Science Backed Ways to Give Less-Bad Gifts."

What's the worst gift you've ever given?

On this edition of Ask Tom & Curley Anything, the guys talk about the worst gifts they've ever given and the office holiday party.

John Curley: Have DOJ reforms led to more crime in Seattle?

A court-appointed monitor says the Seattle Police Department is making good strides toward reform based on recommendations from the Department of Justice, but KIRO Radio's John Curley wonders whether there's a connection between the changes and rising crime rates.

Who is KIRO Radio's Person of the Year?

TIME Magazine just named their "Person of the Year." Shouldn't KIRO Radio have one too? Here are Tom & Curley's suggestions in this edition of Ask Tom & Curley Anything.

Report says state's first charter school in ‘disarray;' John Curley has favorable review

A Seattle Times report says Washington state's first charter school is in "disarray," but KIRO Radio's John Curley, who actually volunteers at the school once a week, has a more favorable experience.

Curley family tearfully says goodbye to Santa

This Christmas was a bittersweet one for KIRO Radio's John Curley and his wife, who made the gut wrenching decision to finally admit to their two children Santa Claus doesn't actually exist.

Tom and Curley poll: Cash or office party? Which would you prefer

It's office party time, and somewhat surprisingly, plenty still spawn all sorts of bad behavior.

Tom Tangney: Closure of Harvard Exit Theatre is a great loss

Another notable Seattle movie theater is closing its doors and Tom Tangney says it's a great loss.

Can you skip the real Christmas tree?

On this episode of Ask Tom & Curley Anything, the guys talk Christmas trees and mixtapes.

Will Amazon's 15,000 wheeled robots take human jobs?

As Amazon experiences its heaviest day of shopping on Monday, the e-commerce giant is boasting that it has boosted efficiency by deploying more than 15,000 wheeled robots to crisscross the floors of its biggest warehouses and deliver stacks of toys, books and other products to employees.

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