At the tender age of 84, Goldie goes skydiving.
Archives for July 2009
Clearly, the program is working. Perhaps too well.
When you think “Presidential,” is Bud Light what comes to mind?
Remember when President Obama ordered federal agencies to shave $100 million from their budgets?
What can newspapers do that the internet can’t?
Sen. Franken rails on “judicial activism,” Sen. Klobuchar is irritated, and Rep. Bachmann wants to make sure everyone gets to vote.
The splash made by a Virginia Tech study of texting while driving wasn’t so much about whether texting is a bad idea, but about just how bad it is.
According to the New York Times, the late-night news show is still holding its ground against Conan and Letterman.
The couple whose wedding dance became a YouTube sensation were kicked out of their hotel room amid a booking battle between rival TV networks.
A Minneapolis councilwoman wants to keep underage fans out of concerts when alcohol is served; club owners are up in arms.
…but if it were, have you considered an amphibious, convertible ice house?
For a week each year, a small airport in the upper Midwest becomes the busiest the world.
It’s getting difficult for city school districts to hold onto their superintendents.
The Hibbing High School Class of 1959 reunion was notable for who skipped it.
It’s easy to get the political news of the health care debate. Getting to the actual issues is harder.