Cats in Our Laps this Sunday is from KPTZ’s Tossed Salad archives. The salad bowl includes: self proclaimed “Song Collectors” Sylvia Herold and Chuck Ervin, who moved to Port Townsend in 2013. In hour two, Don White reads a short story, “Tennessee’s Partner”, by Bret Harte. He is followed by the Kings of Mongrel Folks, composed of two Northwest folk notables ~ Mark Graham on harmonica and Orville Johnson on steel guitar and vocals. The third hour features “Choro: the Music and the People” co-hosted by Al Bergstein. The compiled program was produced by Alex Henley and hosted by Phil Andrus. This coming Sunday from 7 to 10pm, right here on KPTZ.