Sunday, August 24, 2014

Leave a message with the rain, you can find me where the wind blows...

It's Day 4 of the Minnesota State Fair, where I will be broadcasting The Closer LIVE in my usual 1:00 until 3:00 PM time slot.

Right at 1:00, I will be joined by 2014 Princess Kay of the Milky Way Jeni Haler.

Then at 1:30, the Republican endorsed candidate for MN State Auditor, Randy Gilbert, will stop by.

At 2:30, the NARN's official basketball wonk Mike McCollow will join the show to discuss the Timberwolves' blockbuster trade of franchise player Kevin Love.

In the non-guest segments, we'll likely chat about the Vikings-Chris Kluwe settlement as well as possibly welcoming an impromptu guest or two.

If you happen to be out at the fair this morning, feel free to stop by and say hello. We're located on Machinery Hill, which is at the north end of the fairgrounds, specifically near the corner of Underwood Street & Murphy Avenue (next door to the Home Depot building; see map here). 

You can listen live in the Twin Cities at AM 1280 on your radio dial. In and out of the Minneapolis-St Paul area, you can listen to the program on the Internet by clicking this link, or check us out via iheart radio

And if you're so inclined, follow along on Twitter at #narn or "Like" our Facebook page.

Until then.....


1 comment:

walter said...


When you talked about the Twins you said that there were a lot of Rod G defenders. I'm one of them. Good example I was driving so I heard not only you, but the radio announcer do the bottom of the fifth. The radio announcer talked about how he heard Gardie and Tom B yell to the batter put the ball into play since the Twins trailing by two at the time had runners on first and third with one out. The batter instead took a hard swing trying to hit a homerun and struck out. The next hitter put the ball in play with a deep fly ball to left, but thanks to it being two outs it couldn't score a run.

Fans who seriously follow the team know that Gardie is trying to get the team to play and can only play what he is given.

Was he the one who signed that Jap player who was worthless?

Was he the one who let Hunter, Michal C, and other talented players leave?

Was he the one who didn't draft a system to give us good pitchers for years?

Walter Hanson
Minneapolis, MN