Esme talks with Dave Schultz about the President's alleged comments on specific countries, the false alert that was sounded in Hawaii on Saturday, Sen. Tina Smith's new seat in Washington, and the possibility that Oprah Winfrey could run for President.
Regions Hospital nurse examiner Ellen Johnson explains her work regarding the physical and psychological health of sexual assault victims. After that, Dr. Eleanor Orehek tells us what new treatments have developed to combay Parkinson's Disease.
St. Paul Festival and Heritage Foundation president and CEO Deb Schaber previews this year's Winter Carnival. U of M journalism professor Jane Kirtley discusses the validity of the new book "Fire and Fury".
The final hour of Lindsay Guentzel in for Esme this weekend, this hour she talks to Angela Norvitch for a look at Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria with Arelis Hernandez from the Washington Post and author Mark Newman with a look at his book 'Diamonds from the Dugout'.
Hour two of Lindsay in for Esme and in this hour she has another Twitter roundtable with Lindsay Guentzel -- Internet friends Derek Johnson, Lizzie Breyer and Nick Kolnik joined the show to talk about a variety of topics.
Lindsay Guentzal is filling in for Esme tonight and in the first hour she is joined by Dr. Katharine Nelson from the University of Minnesota's department of psychiatry joined Lindsay Guentzel to talk about having good mental health heading into the New Year.
Moose Miller in for Esme
Paul Wagenseil of Tomsguide.com
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Kaarin Nelson Schaffer of Halunen Law
Kaarin is a local employment attorney and helps shed light on the strange contract details coming to light in the Harvey Weinstein case.