Originally aired: Wednesday, October 10, 2012
The idyllic town of Kenneybunk, Maine, has been rocked by the revelation that a local fitness instructor has been running a prostitution business out of her Zumba dance studio. A lot of folks in the town want to keep the list of her clients private because with all the business, it's likely most of the town men were frequenting the place. // Young writer/director Lena Dunham just landed herself a $3.5 million book deal, and everyone is furious at her for it. KIRO Radio's Tom Tangney joins us to explain why. // Attorney Ann Bremner is representing the family of a Seattle guy who died in Snohomish County jail after apparently suffering an allergy attack. The family says the jailers could have saved him, but didn't. We talk to Anne about her case. // Seattle Time columnist Bruce Ramsey smoked weed for the first time in 20 years and doesn't understand why it's illegal. He joins us to talk about it.