- Group petitioning to create J.P. Patches license plate
- "Ultimately I wanted to do something that would be a tribute to Chris Wedes and Bob Newman because they had a huge influence on many of us when we were kids," said Madsen. "They served as mentors to us, and for many kids that didn't have anyone to ...
- Chris Wedes, beloved as 'JP Patches,' dies
- Chris Wedes, sidekick Bob Newman, and director Joe Towey created a remarkable world of improvised comedy that enthralled children and, with an occasional wink or double-entendre, let parents in on the backstage hilarity. I knew this day would come, but ...
- Saturday celebration to honor life of Chris Wedes, JP Patches star
- A public celebration of the life and legacy of Seattle TV clown J.P. Patches, played for more than half a century by Chris Wedes, of Edmonds, will be at 11 a.
- From Mount St. Helens to J.P. Patches, reporter Jack Broom reflects on 39
- Writing about J.P. Patches united Jack Broom with a childhood hero.
- Dick's Drive-In co-founder Dick Spady dies at 92
- Dick's Drive-In's namesake and co-founder Dick Spady died Sunday morning of old age. He was 92. Spady first set up shop in 1954, opening a Dick's at Northeast 45th Street in Seattle's Wallingford neighborhood.
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