#209 Tom Mischke and Ron Rosenbaum

#209 Tom Mischke and Ron Rosenbaum

With Cy Amundson who appears halfway through.  Yes really. Tom Mischke is a Minnesota writer, musician, and radio talk show host on WCCO NewsRadio 830 based in Minneapolis. He was formerly employed at City Pages, a Twin Cities alternative news, arts and entertainment publication. For 17 years he hosted The Mischke Broadcast on KSTP, until […]

#208 Michael Malone and Tim Bedore

#208 Michael Malone and Tim Bedore

Love mashed potatoes?  Then this episode is for you. Michael Malone takes many forms on stage. His intense yet worried persona makes him consistently a crowd favorite. He stands out from his peers with his rubber face, energy, sarcasm and wildly imaginative views on life experiences. Malone has performed in over 20 states, he has […]

#207 Brian Turner

#207 Brian Turner

Brian offers the crew a feast of legends.  Chocolate legends. My (BT’s) dad loved the radio, so it was his regular listenership that got me hooked as a kid. Dad was a great storyteller, too, so I think he would have excelled at the craft. In all my years at Robbinsdale High School, I was […]

#206 Live Premier

#206 Live Premier

It’s the very first live show with all the future Bring Me The News regulars.  Yes, including Amy.  You’ll have to take our word for it.

#205 Nicole Curtis

#205 Nicole Curtis

Grab a poke chop and pull up a chair.  It’s time for Tales of Sadness with Nicole Curtis. A self-taught home rehabber and designer, Nicole is also a mom, a master of salvage picking, and a spirited advocate for saving old houses. Resourceful, creative and always in motion, Nicole is hands-on with all of her […]

#204 Brian Scolaro

#204 Brian Scolaro

Brian Scolaro is an actor, writer, and stand-up comedian. He is most known for being Doug on TBS’s “SULLIVAN AND SON”, Stuart on FOX’s “STACKED”, and Gordon on NBC’s “THREE SISTERS”. He has also acted on SHOWTIME’S “DEXTER,” AMC’s “MAD MEN”, NBC’S “GO ON”, ABC’s “GREY’S ANATOMY,” NBC’s “HARRY’S LAW,” TNT’s “MEN OF A CERTAIN […]

#203 Bengt Washburn

#203 Bengt Washburn

This is, perhaps unsurprisingly, not the first time we’ve interviewed a homeless person. Bengt Washburn was born in Salt Lake City, Utah but grew up in a large Utah town (1,200 people) as the fifth child in a small Mormon family (7 children). Bengt is married to an officer in the United States Airforce. They […]

#202 Jim Gaffigan

#202 Jim Gaffigan

Come sit at the dinner table with Jim.  Make sure not to overstay your visit like we did. Gaffigan’s comedy routines often include humorous, high-pitched “asides” representing commentary on his performance from a hypothetical naive and easily offended audience member. These were inspired by his sister. Gaffigan is also known for routines or skits relating […]

#201 Margot Leitman and Bob Burg

#201 Margot Leitman and Bob Burg

It’s Double Author Tuesday with Margot Leitman, author of Gawky: Tales of an Extra Long Awkward Phase, and Bob Burg, author of The Go-Giver.  Note: Double Author Tuesday is not a real thing. Margot Leitman is an American comedic storyteller, humor writer, and teacher. Leitman is originally from Matawan, New Jersey. She appeared as a […]

#200 Gold Country 2

#200 Gold Country 2

Steve Boynton returns to tell us how many hogsheads of money he’ll be making from the recent oil discovery in North Dakota.

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