Sometimes when I get sad about summer winding down, someone inevitably reminds me of all sorts of fantastic fall shows coming to the stages of the Twin Cities.
On our show today, we took your favorite summer 2012 songs. Here’s the list.
Tomorrow we will be listening and discussing the best songs or albums this summer. What’s on your summer 2012 playlist?
Callers to the Daily Circuit offered these suggestions.
Roundtable guests come prepared to answer, “What are you reading or have recently read?” Star Tribune political reporter Rachel Stassen-Berger: “I, Claudius,” by Robert Graves. Goff Howard vice president Mike Zipko: “The Fallen Angel,” by Daniel Silva. Political science Prof. Barbara Palmer: “The Bean Trees” and “Pigs in Heaven,” by Barbara Kingsolver, and “The President’s Read more →
One of our guests on resources for students in a situation where outside family financial support is limited or non-existent.
Our guests mentioned a number of resources for adoptees and their parents and we wanted to share them with listeners.
So what vacation lore represents your family? Do you have tips or suggestions for family vacation? Do you enjoy or dread your time together?
During yesterday’s show looking the decline in international adoption, a caller questioned why we didn’t invite adult adoptees on the show to talk about their experiences.
Taking in all the sporting news this year from horrific (Penn State), to the local (Vikings stadium), to the good (Title IX’s 40th anniversary), I couldn’t help think that discussing sports’ connective role in our culture for better or worse is worthy of discussion.