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Three Women And A Bottle Of Wine

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Business leader, entrepreneur and coach Claire Powell talks about building radiance from the inside out. After serving as CEO of heritage brand JW Hulme and other top executive stints, Claire decided to take a leap of faith and buy her own comp
Natalie Warren and Ann Raiho faced unexpected trials, some harrowing, some simply odd. And then Natalie wrote a book about it! Learn more at Natalie-Warren.com.
Shannon Watson is currently the VP of Public Affairs for the St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce. She also recently founded Majority in the Middle, a non-profit seeking a better way to restore civility in government. We talk about her vision, som
Rose McGee, founder of Sweet Potato Comfort Pie, joins us for a powerful conversation about racial injustice and healing the damage caused by race-based trauma. Her organization is focused on elevating marginalized voices and experiences. She s
We are now one full year into the COVID-19 pandemic. One full year of having our worlds turned upside-down. The ramifications of the pandemic will be felt for years to come, and it will impact our lives in ways that we don’t even currently unde
Brian McDaniel, co-host of the popular and relevant podcast Wrong About Everything, joins us. A lobbyist, legislative staffer, attorney, republican and stand-up comedian, Brian shares his thoughts on the election and the months that have follo
One year after the world went into lockdown, the three ladies reflect on what’s changed - and what hasn’t - over the past 12 months. (Note: recorded one week before the 4/20/21 Chauvin verdict.)
One year ago, the world was going into lockdown. Here’s what we were talking at the beginning of the pandemic. Podcast first published in June 2020.
You know him as the Savvy Traveler - Travel journalist Rudy Maxa has been showing us the world through his travel series “Rudy Maxa’s World" for 25 years. The ladies find out his top travel tips, secret best places to go, and get the story behi
The ladies are back at the Hewing Hotel in Minneapolis this week, keeping it light on the rooftop with some yummy, and very grown-up non-alcoholic drinks. Join the Hewing’s Rosey Amor to talk about the sober curious trend. We’ll also talk with
In this week’s podcast, the ladies interview legendary Twin Cities journalist Bill Hudson of WCCO-TV. Bill shares his thoughts on his 40-year career in journalism, starting with an internship at WCCO. Find out how Bill believes journalism (and
Turner Berg is a creative who has forged a career in academia, as well as the arts. His non-profit, Massive Amounts of Good, connects the talents of artists with the needs of other non-profit organizations, often by creating charitable events t
Yia Vang came to his profession reluctantly, but he’s undeniably a superstar in the making. His Union Hmong Kitchen draws raves, and he’s earned a spotlight in Bon Appetit. For Vang, cooking is his way of honoring his parents’ story - and shari
It’s not the summer she planned. Anna Tanski heads up Visit Duluth, the tourism bureau that welcomes more than six million visitors to Duluth every year. When COVID came to Minnesota, it hit the hospitality industry hard. Anna joins us for a fr
Tips on how to showcase your personal brand.
Before he lost his life to a rare bone cancer in 2013, Zach Sobiech, a Stillwater teenager, launched a song, “Clouds” that climbed the charts and launched a movement.
Welcome to Season Three, in which we learn how to do a podcast via Zoom.
What’s going on down there? Dr. Annelise Swigert sets us straight on more than a few myths about female bodies of every age.
Winemaker Matt Scott dishes on his favorite Minnesota wine grapes and the starring role the University of Minnesota is playing in our growing wine industry.
She was Minnesota's first female senate majority leader, only to resign her position after a scandal over an affair was revealed at the Capitol. But Amy Koch didn't hide. She rose to new heights as a political consultant and co-host of the wild
Sheletta Brundidge is a producer and a contributor on WCCO radio. You may have also heard her fabulous podcast, Two Haute Mamas, with co-creator Lindy Vincent. She's a breath of fresh air, and she made our evening.
A critical conversation about the devastating impact of opioid addiction. Colleen Ronnei shares the story of losing her college-aged son to this epidemic and her resolve to reverse this tragic trend.
Maureen McKenna, a world-class sommelier from 7 Vines Vineyard near Stillwater discusses the award-winning wines produced there and gives some thoughts on which wine might be a great option for your holiday gathering.
Dreaming of a winter getaway? Linda Bendt, owner of Pique Travel in Excelsior, shares tips to turn that dream into a reality. Find out about her innovative way to create a custom travel experience, her must-see recommendations and her tricks fo
Kim, Lynn and Julie chat about the holidays, how to survive them... and their love of Lizzo.
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