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Local Republicans On GOP Convention, And The Science Of Studying

Marcie Sillman
08/28/2012 at 10:00 a.m.

Local Republicans Reflect On GOP Convention: Washington state conservative activist Tim Eyman said of his trip to the GOP convention in Tampa, Florida, this week, "It's like going to Woodstock." What do other local Republicans think? We talk to a few of them.

Cramming May Hurt More Than It Helps: Students around Seattle will be returning to school in the coming weeks. That means more studying. But new research shows that students who sacrifice a good night's sleep to study actually do worse as a result.

Greendays Gardening Panel: Fruit: Our gardening panel joins us to answer your vegetable and native plant questions. Call us at 206.543.5869 (KUOW) or toll free 1.800.289.5869 (KUOW). You can also email "Weekday."


Cari Gillen–O'Neel is a researcher at UCLA's Jane and Terry Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, and is one of the authors of the study.

Willi Galloway is the host of the gardening and cooking website called Her book new book is "Grow, Cook, Eat."

Greg Rabourn is the Vashon basin steward and works on habitat restoration and salmon recovery on Vashon and Maury Islands. He also helps landowners in the Raging River and Patterson Creek watershed solve landscape problems sustainably. You can see him as co–host of King County TV's "Yard Talk."

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