Jearlyn spends the hour talking with her son Michael Battle.
This week, Jearlyn talks with playwright Carlyle Brown, Star Tribune theatre critic Rohan Preston, singer Shannon Curfman, the band New Shoes (Joe Savage, Richard Kriehn, Gary Raynor and Peter Johnson) and Dennis Spears of the Capri Theater.
Jearlyntalks with Dr Ed Ehlinger about the Zika Virus and Mike Sheldon about tobacco abuse.
Jearlyntalks with Rep Karen Clark about the Clinton/Sanders race and John Haltiwangler from Elite Daily about racosm.
Jearlyn and Michael dig into the world of gambling, a dinner based around political talk, remembering(?) Alan Rickman, and a review of "Sisters."
This week: the cast & crew of "Trainspotting", critic Rohan Preston, producer Curt Wollan, the cast & crew of "Bear Snores On", and gala director Jewelean Jackson.
What should we do with those leftover prescription drugs in our medicine cabinets? We get some suggestions on how to dispose of those pills.
Is this past week's drop on Wall Street reason to panic about our finances? Bruce Helmer of WCCO Radio's "Your Money" program guides us through this minefield.
As we prepare to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Jearlyn looks into the Civil Rights movement and whether the original message has been forgotten.
What would Michael do if he won the current Powerball jackpot? Will Leonardo DiCaprio finally get his Oscar? And is Star Wars merchandising out of control?
This week: actor Wade Vaughn, critic Rohan Preston, singer/musician Vicky Emerson, and poet/storyteller Dr. David Gonzalez.
The view of the scandal involving Bill Cosby is different depending on whom sees it. Washington Post writer Lonnae O'Neal offers how some Black people may see it.
The combination of social media and political correctness might lead to unexpected unemployment. Attorney Ken White explains the potential pitfalls.
A number of state legislators are leaving the Capitol after their terms are up this year. Why is that happening? Two of these legislators explain.
President Obama's Executive Orders targeting gun legislation have stoked the fires of debate once again. Jearlyn dives into the discussion.
Are we becoming a healthier society? Do we know more about our food? Then, Michael gives his thoughts on "The Hateful Eight."
This week: the cast of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee", cast and crew of "Fahrenheit 451", members of Dan Newton's Cafe Accordian Orchestra, and artistic director Mackenzie Lewis.
In the realm of New Years' goals, where does a renewal of our religious faith stand? Jearlyn asks Pastor Brian Herron about how this can be achieved.
It's a new year, meaning new laws are set to go into effect. State Rep. Joyce Peppin goes through some of them and lets us know how they'll effect us.
The Iowa Caucuses are just weeks away. How much do they matter in Presidential election cycles? St. Cloud State professor Jim Cottrill explains.
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