9-23-2016 Angie Craig, Candidate for Congressperson MN CD2

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9-9-2016 Don Shelby

Click below to play or watch on our YouTube Channel YouTube logoDON SHELBY, recipient of three national Emmys and numerous other journalistic awards is one of the most respected names in Media and Investigative journalism. He is very involved in environmental issues and protection of the Mississippi River from pollution. Don and Alan touched on many of the challenges facing society in today’s world of technical advancement.

Mr. Shelby explained in the interview how the tie knot was named after him. The inventor was Mr. Jerry Pratt and over time the knot was attached to Mr. Shelby too. Here is how to tie that knot if you still wear ties:


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9-9-2016 Mike McIntee, The UpTake

Click below to play or watch on our YouTube Channel YouTube logoRoxanne Meshar interviews Mike McIntee on the importance of independent, local media which provides us with another critical point of view. Mike is the co-founder of The UpTake online media which will live stream local debates, post the videos for later viewing and provide a transcript at TheUpTake.org.

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9-9-2016 Ron Rabinovitz

Click below to play or watch on our YouTube Channel YouTube logoRON RABINOVITZ met the late Jackie Robinson when he was only seven years old, and began an unusual life-long friendship with the first African American to break the color line in major league baseball. He shared that history with Alan, and brought many photos with Robinson taken over the years. The story has been the subject of a documentary film.

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8-19-2016 Prof. Wy Spano

Click below to play or watch on our YouTube Channel YouTube logoPROF. WY SPANO conceived and teaches a course on government ethics at Metro State University in St.Paul. He is one of the original editors of the widely respected “Politics in Minnesota” and renowned for his knowledge, both historical and political.

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8-19-2016 Anthony Andler, Heimie’s Haberdashery St. Paul

Click below to play or watch on our YouTube Channel YouTube logoAnthony Andler founded Heimie’s Haberdashery in St. Paul only a dozen years ago, and has seen the business grow by restoring a full service men’s clothing store to the age of past, when quality and personal service were the predominant considerations. Featuring three master barbers as well as a full-service menswear outlet, Anthony discusses his success and plans for the future.

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