Tim Warner from Wireless World Verizon and Lisa Hurtgen from Servicemaster talk about a group that meets weekly in Northfield called Business Networking International (BNI).
Dr. Mario Goessl, cardiologist at the Minneapolis Heart Institute, is Wayne’s guest.
Steve Reece, St. Olaf College Professor of the Classics, is Wayne’s guest.
He is the author of a book about the rituals of ancient Greek hospitality (The Stranger’s Welcome: Oral Theory and the Aesthetics of the Homeric Hospitality Scene, University of Michigan Press) and a book on early Greek etymology (Homer’s Winged Words: Junctural Metanalysis in Homer in the Light of Oral-Formulaic Theory, E.J. Brill Press), for which he received a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. His latest book, Paul’s Large Letters: Paul’s Autographic Subscription in the Light of Ancient Epistolary Conventions, has just been published by Bloomsbury T&T Clark.
Reece is engaged in a long-term project on allusions to classical literature in Luke-Acts and the letters of Paul.
Former KYMN employee Patty Jorstad and Wayne reminisce on KYMN’s 51st anniversary.
Wayne’s guest is Fred Lauder from Hastings. Fred has lots of interesting stories to share.