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Mike Max speaks with Bernie Kukar a former referee who reffed the Super Bowl the last time the Patriots and Rams faced off.
Mike Max chats with Pooh Richardson who was a number one draft choice for the Timberwolves. They discuss the Wolves.
Al Malmberg continues the discussion of banished word then shares the story of a moose attack.
Do good grades equal success after school? Paul and Jordana talked about a Boston Globe series that tracked valedictorians with some surprising results.
Do good grades = success? A Boston Globe survey says maybe not. Would you pay Facebook or Google for services that are currently free if it means they can't sell your data? Paul and Jordana discussed.
An Arizona legislator wants to require computer retailers to install porn-blocking software pre-sale and charge people to disable it. And the money would be use to help fund the wall?! Plus, what do you do to cope with extreme cold? (because it's coming) Paul and Jordana discussed.
Does getting good grades in school always equate to success? Who got snubbed in the Oscar Nominations? Paul and Jordana discussed and got movie analysis from Tim Lammers.
The legalization debate over recreational marijuana continued with Representative Raymond Dehn who wants Minnesota voters to decide on the ballot.
CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas made her weekly appearance, talking Jayme Closs and social media.
Former Minnesota Congressman Vin Weber joined Chad to talk shutdown, President Trump and Mueller investigation.
Cory is joined by advertising expert Kristi Piehl to explain the concept of 'woke advertising' and how companies are using it to gain consumer attention. After that, Cory makes some early Oscar picks and Sheletta joins in studio for Two Haute Mamas Tuesday!
A group Minnesota lawmakers have started the push for legalization of marijuana at the capitol. We discuss that and get plenty of listener feedback before switching to some Twins talk with Dan Gladden.
Oscar nominations came out this morning and Cory begins the show with his thought on the list. Later, we discuss the effects of the government shutdown on airports around the country and at MSP, we touch on some tech headlines, and Mo Rocca from CBS News joins to talk about his new project.
The Edina native's film scored 5 Oscar nominations earlier today.
Polaris busy Larson.....from the pages of www.mspbj.com
Sneak into the playoff bracket with a 4-2 win.....plus the Wolves and Suns and the Old Dutch Quality Team Of The Week.
Twins President Dave St. Peter talked with us earlier today on WCCO Radio. See you all at Twins Fest this weekend!
More of the banished words and Al Malmberg gets words from you too.
Al Malmberg shares words from the 44th Annual Banished Words List from Lake Superior University
Al Malmberg shares from the list of the 44th Annual Bansished Words List and takes words from you that you feel should be banned too.
Mike Max has Pete Najarian and his daughter Alexis in studio. They talk about football, business, and Alexis was just crowned Miss Nebraska and shares her experience in the contest.
Live Outdoors. Gary Leaf is in for Ron Schara. He and Mike max chat with Frankie Dusenka about the boat show. Then, Ted Dick the Ruffed grouse DNR coordinator give us a West Nile update.
Mike Max chats with Al Nuness, his annual guest on MLK Day about the work he does with young African Americans.
Mike Max speaks with a special guest on MLK Day. AL Nuness is giving back every day at his job at Hopkins High School. Once a week he teaches a course called Invictus Leadership to a group of African American sophmores.
Paul talked to Bahram Akradi from Lifetime Fitness about his call for unity and why their clubs have turned off cable news. Then he talked about yesterday's NFL conference championships and how they had the nation's attention.
Breck sixth grader Peyton Vincent was picked to speak at one of today's MLK Celebrations. She joined Paul Douglas to explain why and talk about the experience.
Paul talked with Breck sixth grader Peyton Vincent about being selected to speak at an MLK celebration today. Plus Mike Max stopped by to talk sports.
Paul talked about yesterday's wild NFL Conference Championship games. Then, should companies be allowed to restrict dating amongst employees?
The show reacted to this weekend's news out of Washington, DC.
Cory was cheering for the Rams and Patriots on Sunday and while they both won, he's still upset! After watching those games, Cory has two rules that the NFL needs to look at changing immediately.
The hour begins with a conversation about Martin Luther King Jr. and where we stand as a country and society in regards to racism and prejudice of all kinds. After that, we talk movies and wrap up with some Twins discussion.
Today, the third Monday in January, is the most depressing day of the year according to some studies. Jen Grant joins to explain on we can try to bust through some of those feelings and fine some positives even in the middle of winter. Later, Cory has some things to get off his chest about the NFL after Sunday's conference championship games.…
It's a full hour of Twins talk as the caravan stops by WCCO. Cory is joined by manager Rocco Baldelli, Jose Berrios, Eddie Rosario and Kris Atteberry throughout the hour.
The 8th District congressman joined Dave earlier today
The movie producer and MN native is one of the driving forces behind "Green Book". He discusses the film's critical success, working with the primary actors in it, the worst part about awards season, and more. Plus, a special guest joins in on the conversation.
In this week's edition of "Our Minnesota Cities", Roshini highlights Ely (with Paul Schurke of Wintergreen Dogsled Lodge) and Princeton (with Azure Davis of Ruff Start Rescue). Movie producer Jim Burke talks about the success of his latest movie, "Green Book".
U of M law professor Heidi Kitrosser updates the latest efforts to end the Federal Government shutdown and whether it holds Constitutional water. Dr. Jeff Wozniak and Julie Rossman explains the impact of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
Roshini talks about some of the nominated films making waves during this awards season. Then, what is "woke advertising"? Public relations expert Paul Maccabee explains the term and Gillette's recent attempt to exemplify it.
The former Gopher men's basketball coach gives his thoughts on this year's team, along with another Big Ten title contender and recruiting practices in today's game.
This hour on the Sports Huddle Sid, Dave & Mike visit with: Minnetonka HS boys' hockey coach Sean Goldsworthy Wild GM Paul Fenton Minneapolis Final Four president/CEO Kate Mortenson
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