Listener Dinner

Recorded Live in Minneapolis 9/9: Michael Dean is joined by listeners and members of The People of Paisley Park and The Paisley 5 & Dime for a dinner of fellowship and breaking bread.

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

RIP Sean Hill

We talk about the passing of our very own, Sean Hill, Review of IT, Rob Kardashian, Superman saves immigrant workers, Tyrese and The Rock

 

Education fund for Sean's Daughter Palmer

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

Duane Tudahl

We are joined by Duane Tudahl and talk about his upcoming book: Prince and the Purple Rain Era Studio Sessions: 1983 and 1984.

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

The Red Shirts: The Orville

In this special (and by special, we mean "last minute and unplanned") edition of The Red Shirts, Claire Lanay joins Qstorm to discuss The Orville! We give our honest thoughts about the show and its potential impact on the Star Trek franchise and the upcoming Star Trek Discovery, no holds barred!

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

The Full Circle: Episode #45 – “Health & Wellness Life Coaches-Who’s Your Guru?”

Join hosts Darryl E. McCullough, and Erika D. White with special in studio guest Sonia Fouronenine. (A Whitney Petty and Carmen Miller were off tonight). In this episode the Full Circle group opens with Darryl mentioning how Erika bring a little “R” rating to the show. On the political side the group the reprimands Darryl for his views of the confederate statues and the National Anthem. On the entertainment side the crew thanks their sponsor "Marmite Records" produced by Stone Soup Recording Studios. The group then sadly reports the deaths of guitarist Walter Becker who was the co-founder of Steely Dan. He was 67. Also condolences to the family of our podcast brother from the PodcastJuice family Sean Hill. He was on our show for a movie review. We were shocked to hear the news of his death from Michael Dean on an app that we all share and communicate with each other daily. Shaun was 43. The mood is then lightened by Darryl expressing his concerns with a new commercial for Liquid plumber. The crew then discusses the season finale of Game of Thrones and how now there is nothing left to watch. This leads to a discussion about the most recent Insecure episode. This gets into a debate about racial stereotypes when it comes to Black vs White Women and oral sex?

Following this the "National Holiday" is announced! Today is National "Use Caution Around Black Men That Use The Word Awesome Too Much” day! Then the crew finally gets into the show topic " Health & Wellness Life Coaches-Who’s Your Guru?" With their featured call-in guest author, transformational speaker and Life & Master Biz Coach Terre Holmes. Additional call-in guests were the founder at FuseBox Media Mary Nichols. One of the hosts of the “What More Can I Say” podcast Dexter Joyner, and the author, advocate for women’s rights, an avid bike rider Dee Simone. Followed by the "Sanepoet Apology" and "Erika's Fitness Minute."

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

Black In Minneapolis

We are joined by Independent Journalist Ralph L. Crowder III, creator of “CONTROVERSY” An un-gentrified view of Prince's death and the city of Minneapolis.

We talk about some of the racial politics of Minneapolis, how some African Americans in the city viewed an early Prince and the incredible impact and influence Bernadette Anderson had on the community. Plus MUCH more!

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

Aisha K Staggers Talking Prince Books

We are joined by Aisha K Staggers, writer, HuffPost contributor and senior editor at BookTrib. The discussion flows from Prince books, masculinity, Hip Hop and the impact of Purple Rain the movie.

15 Books Fit for a Prince: Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of Prince’s Iconic First VMA Performance

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

The Prince Podcast – Greg Boyer

We are joined by trombonist Greg Boyer. He talks about his time with Prince, Parliament/Funkadelic and Maceo.

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

The Full Circle: Episode #44 – “Can We Stop The Hate In A Post-Racial State?”

Join hosts Darryl E. McCullough, A Whitney Petty with co-hosts Carmen Miller and Erika D. White. In this episode the Full Circle group opens with how lemon pepper makes everything taste better…especially in Detroit! The group then shares their appreciation to all listeners of the show, especially those who shared episodes with their family and friends. They then give a shout-out to the PodcastJuice Network and discuss their upcoming National Podcast Power Conference which is on September 23, 2017 in Perrysburg, Ohio. This will feature some great podcasters from around the world! There will be Lunchtime Vendors tables and a great live concert following! For more information and tickets please visit www.NationalPodcastPower.com. The team thanks their gold sponsors for the National Podcast Power Conference, Libsyn, 3Kings Clothing, Podcast Detroit and IT in The D! Also their appreciation to Michael Jones for giving the Full Circle podcast a 5-Star Review on ITunes.
The group then talks about Last Podcast! In which that topic was "America Is Getting Brown! Are You Down?" A Whitney then mentions how he doesn’t really think Darryl is “Down” with these browning changes. This episode has over 500 audio downloads. Darryl then gives some good and bad news that sparks a yelling match! On the political side the group discusses the latest news involving Donald Trump and the events that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia! On the entertainment side the crew thanks their sponsor "Marmite Records" produced by Stone Soup Recording Studios. The group then sadly reports the deaths of country singer Glen Campbell. Also the author, comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory. Followed by the famous actor and comedian Jerry Lewis. The group then discusses Netflix series “Defenders” with call-in guest Daryll Benjamin from “AfroNerd Radio.” Following this due to time restraints the show jumps right into the show topic "Can We Stop The Hate In A Post-Racial State?" With their featured call-in guest was the Toledo City Council candidate and the host of “The Sam Melden Podcast, Toledo’s own Sam Melden! Following this the group gives their opinions on the most recent “Game of Thrones” episode. Following this the "National Holiday" is announced! Today is National "Stop Telling People On Facebook To Wish Happy Birthday To Someone Who Is Not On Facebook" day! Followed by the "Sanepoet Apology" and "Erika's Fitness Minute." Episode sponsored by Libsyn, 3Kings Clothing, Podcast Detroit, Fit Thick Girls and Stone Soup Recording Studios.

National Podcast Power Conference

Darryl E. McCullough host of the Full Circle Podcast joins us to talk about the National Podcast Power Conference, September 23, 2017 at the Fat Fish Blue in Perrysburg, Ohio. www.nationalpodcastpower.com

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

Master George Washington

The fellas talk about the aftermath of Charlottesville, George Washington owning slaves, The Defenders and Movie Pass.

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

PRN ALUMNI FOUNDATION INAUGURAL BENEFIT

Jacqui Thompson joins us to talk about the upcoming PRN Alumni event in September.

PRN ALUMNI FOUNDATION INAUGURAL BENEFIT
WITH MUSICAL GUEST KING

THURSDAY, SEPT 7 @ 9PM
MACHINE SHOP – 300 2ND ST SE MPLS, MN 55414

STORIES FROM INSIDE THE PARK: PAISLEY PARK ALUMNI DISCUSS ENGINEERING, FASHION, RECORD LABEL, & INNOVATION

SATURDAY, SEPT 9 @12PM
THE CAPRI THEATER – 2017 WEST BROADWAY, MPLS, MN 55411

Info and tickets can be found here. Our own Michael Dean will be moderating the Engineering panel!

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!

The Full Circle: Episode #43 – “America Is Getting Brown! Are You Down?”

Join hosts Darryl E. McCullough, Carmen Miller with (A Whitney Petty off) and audio fitness clip from Erika D. White. They were joined with special in-studio guest the Finance Manager, Cardio Boxing Instructor, Commercial Actress, Former Co-Host at Power 109.9 FM and the current Co-Host of The Dr. Sam Show! Toledo's own Tina Miller! In this episode the Full Circle group opens with Darryl expressing how happy he is that he finally saw Carmen perform! The group then shares their appreciation to all listeners of the show, especially those who shared episodes with their family and friends. They then give a shout-out to the PodcastJuice Network and discuss their upcoming National Podcast Power Conference which is on September 23, 2017 in Perrysburg, Ohio. This will feature some great podcasters from around the world! There will be Lunchtime Vendors tables and a great live concert following! For more information and tickets please visit www.NationalPodcastPower.com. The group then talks about Last Podcast! In which that topic was "Social Media! Judge, Jury & Executioner!" Darryl then expresses how he confessed to judging people and reiterates this comment by giving a few examples. This episode has done almost 800 audio downloads. On the political side the group discusses the latest news involving Donald Trump cleaning house as the White House Press Secretary and House Communications Director are gone! Carmen then made her mark in the sand quoting Maxine Waters "Reclaiming My Time!" On the entertainment side the crew thanks their sponsor "Marmite Records" produced by Stone Soup Recording Studios. The group then discusses the Netflix series "Ozark," and "The Carmichael Show," and how HBO was hacked and some info was released concerning "Game of Thrones." Then the subject of "herpes" comes up and the latest news on Usher allegedly giving some woman herpes! This leads to the group having a discussion on safe sex. The group then talks about the tentative boycotting of the NFL in support of Colin Kaepernick not being picked up by a team yet. Following this the "National Holiday" is announced! Today is National "Stop Saying Hello To People Using Their Name" day! Finally the crew then addresses the show topic "America Is Getting Brown! Are You Down?" Additional call-in guests were one of the hosts of the "Reasons Why I'm Single" podcast Staci Bryant. Also the host of "The Rich Report" podcast Gabriel Rich. Followed by the "Sanepoet Apology" and "Erika's Fitness Minute." Episode sponsored by Libsyn, 3Kings Clothing, Fit Thick Girls and Stone Soup Recording Studios.

THE RED SHIRTS – SEARCH FOR SPOCK BETTER THAN WRATH OF KHAN?

In this episode, Qstorm goes rogue and suggests that Star Trek III: The Search For Spock is actually a better film than the hallowed Star Trek II: Wrath Of Khan! Plus, talk of a Wrath Of Khan PREQUEL (or would it be a Space Seed sequel)?? And Big Sexy is in rare form throughout the proceedings! We also talk about the Star Trek III soundtrack by James Horner.

JOIN OUR PATREON
Please help support the site and join the New Podcast Generation, as little as $1/month! 

Or make a one-time donation, help us WORK IT LIKE A JOB!