On "Whatcha Watching?" Henry Lake and Katie Davidson banter about some shows they're watching, which includes why she is such a fan of Succession, getting into Dopesick, and a little Wolves basketball.
On "Whatcha Watching?" Henry Lake and Katie Davidson talk about which includes why she is such a fan of Succession, Dopesick, why show length matters, and a little Wolves basketball.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Livea Lifestyle Playbook Episode 27: Henry Lake, With a Tip From Maddie
Livea's Lifestyle Playbook
In this Livea Lifestyle Playbook podcast Michele talks with WCCO radio host Henry Lake about his weight loss journey and how combining smarter eating habits and exercise have helped him get rid of his unwanted pandemic weight gain. Henry and Michele talk about their favorite Livea snacks and meals and how helpful that is been especially when traveling. Maddie from the Livea Roseville center offers a quick tip about self-care routines that you can do daily in as little as three to five minutes. Tips include meditating or writing down thoughts and feelings in a journal.
Henry Lake. Host of Lake Night on WCCO. What to do about Police Reform and downtown Minneapolis
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Special Thanks:www.wexford-harbour.com/unrestricted First class independent insurance. Family owned. www.douglasandtodd.com Grain to glass MN Bourbon. Gold medal winnerHenry Lake:- Host of Lake Night on WCCO radio in the Twin Cities- Tip of the spear social advocate in the wake of George Floyd- Decades of service work and mentorship with local schools and children- Morehouse College- Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity- Born in Memphis. Raised in North Minneapolis- Formerly at KFAN radio in the Twin Cities. Co-Host of the Sludge and Lake Show- Formerly a Host at 610 Sports in Kansas City
Henry Lake remembers Denise Rosen, wife of former WCCO TV Sports Anchor Mark Rosen who passed away today. He talks about the relationship and respect he has for both of them, their family, and he's thankful for the special friendship he has for Mark Rosen. He also tells a story of how much family means to their entire family, and Mark Rosen being as genuine now as he was years ago.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As the end of February slowly approaches, we are down to our final episode of the Black History Month series. In this week's episode, Steve McPherson is joined by Henry Lake, host of the Lake Show on WCCO Radio, and MNUFC Goalkeeper Dayne St. Clair. The episode includes a deep dive into the influence of athletes, moving the nation forward around civil justice and the stress of being an athlete during a pandemic.You can follow Henry Lake on Twitter at @lakeshow73 or see what Dayne St. Clair is up to on Instagram at @saintc17. We were happy to bring you this series – look for more episodes like this throughout the year.Sound of the Loons is presented by Allina Health Orthopedics.
Henry Lake: From Local Radio Host to National Voice
Flip Your Script
Known for his sports commentary and dedication to talking about the issues on local radio, Henry Lake made headlines for his emotional on-air comments during the unrest after George Floyd’s murder. Henry became a national voice on issues like race, diversity and inclusion. This was nothing new for Henry; he’s been passionate about these topics for years and is glad to be having the conversations now. In this episode, host Kristi Piehl and Henry discuss the importance of adopting a “we” mindset.