Hinesight With John Hines
It was a Sunday Minnesota tradition, Church, then Pannekoeken. How many of you did that as kids?
This frequent flier who logs about 30,000 miles a year for business and pleasure, has taken the screening into her own hands.
Esme talks about the new wrinkle in the Denny Hecker case with one of his lawyers. Bankruptcy attorney Barbara May discusses how the case is going and what makes this aspect of the case different. […]
Steve’s in for Hines and he talks to Tom Dooher of Education Minnesota! Blois Olson joins Steve to talk Minnesota Politics plus Sports Illustrated writer George Dohrmann on his article, “Confessions of a Sports Agent”!
Esme fills in for John tonight and starts with a fairly complex topic. The Chilean miners have been brought to the surface. What ordeal did they go through being trapped for two-plus months? Plus, two […]
With the rescue of the Chilean Miners occurring tonight, John believes this will be one of those moments where you’ll remember what you were doing or where you were watching. In that case, he wonders […]
Steve Thomson is in for Hines and he talks to lawyer Tom Shroyer of Moss & Barnett. The Petters case is making news again plus much more!
John gets his tech news from Mitch Hislop tonight, which includes the possibility of a Verizon-based iPhone and a cell phone recycling program through Target. Don Shelby joins the program for “Ask the Anchor”. Mike […]
John speaks to his son, Nick, who is following the Twins in their postseason opener against the Yankees. Did I mention Nick is following them from Ireland? John also speaks to explorer Conrad Anker about […]
53 years ago Sputnik was launched into orbit, Robert Zimmerman from NASA joins Steve to discuss the state of the space program.
Kent Barnard of MNDOT joins the show to update us on the progress of the local highway construction projects.
Howard Stuetz is a gaming reporter in Las Vegas. He checks in with Steve to discuss the trails and tribulations of the Las Vegas economy.
The Twins kick off the playoffs at home on Wednesday. Dave St. Peter joins Steve to preview the Twins v Yankees.
John takes a peek into two worlds that are eons apart. First, with the Twin Cities Marathon coming up on Sunday, he discusses the world of distance running with author Christopher McDougall, the writer of […]
John feels the Dr. Doolittle spirit when he talks about his favorite movies revolving around animals. In lieu of the new movie Secretariat, he talks with Ron Turcotte, the real-life jockey that rode the legendary […]
Erik Kuklewski of FEMA joins Steve to discuss the flooding and the need for flood insurance.
Terry Trippler joins Steve and talks travel.
The recent rainfall could have been worse…it could have been snow. Actually, that would have been fine with Tasha McRank, a co-head coach of the Buck Hill ski team. She talks about this weekend’s Ski […]
John has a couple interesting guests that drop by the studio for the show. Grammy Award-winning songwriter and musician Jon Vezner talks about his songs and the charitable event he’ll be a part of this […]
Dr David Hilden of HCMC and WCCO’s Healthy Matters joins Steve to discuss this years supply of flu vaccine and answers questions about H1N1. Was it blown out of proportion.
New guidelines are being put into place affecting property owners along the Mississippi river in the Twin Cities. Mark Holston from the DNR and Whitney Clark of Friends of the Mississippi River, join Steve to […]
John gets tech-y as he interviews tech guru Mitch Hislop on the latest news in that area. A new TV show will be debuting this weekend. “Flightline” will introduce topics in the world of aviation. […]