The holiday season is over-the-top season for jewelry store advertising. There’s still a lot of the holiday season left to go, but a Superior, Wisconsin jeweler has already won this year’s award for most-memorable TV commercial.
Archives for November 2010
How do boys grow up to allegedly sexually assault women? A charging petition in Hennepin County has a clue.
The long-awaited study of whether openly-gay people should be allowed to serve in the military is out, and there’s plenty in it for both sides of the issue to point to to support their position.
The most frightening possibility in the aftermath of the Wisconsin incident is that it didn’t happen for any particular reason.
Gas mileage hasn’t been a big concern for a few years now, but from the indications on the signpost today, that’s about to change.
Whatever recovery was underway in home market values has collapsed in the Minneapolis area.
Begging for attention, Pawlenty’s new pardon controversy, the war photographer, scenes from an empty Congress, and this is what net neutrality looks like.
The baseball great has been admitted to a hospital. We’ll never see the likes of him again.
In one Minneapolis school, nothing says ‘fun’ like a wad of fat stuffed in collagen casings.
If we had a “cool” tag on News Cut, we’d have to apply it to this tribute to Luke Bucklin, the Sierra Bravo (now The Nerdery) who was killed in a plane crash in Wyoming last month.
President Obama is proposing a wage freeze for federal employees to cut the deficit. It doesn’t quite rise to drop-in-the-bucket status.
Irony in the park, good vs. evil, to leak or not to leak, lessons of the ignored sibling, and postcards from around the world.
We understand the way evolution has made shopping after Thanksgiving instinctive, but we haven’t seen anything this year in the ‘I’ve gotta have it’ category that makes getting up early worth it.
It’s been a week since Sgt. Sal Giunta received the Medal of Honor from President Barack Obama. I don’t know about you, but I haven’t gotten tired of hearing from him. He was on David Letterman’s show last night.
The current snowstorm isn’t a big deal, until you start sliding toward a ditch, or worse.