A sampling of responses to Today’s Question: What might you do differently in response to the rise in gas prices?
Archives for February 2011
Sullivan’s blog, the Daily Dish, has been lured away by the Daily Beast.
Joe Cocker at Woodstock: Not as memorable as Dooley Wilson, but pretty good.
Minnesota natives Joel and Ethan Coen reminded us this year that the Western genre one of the great American contributions to film. Their remake of True Grit was greeted at the box offices with strong ticket sales and garnered respect from the Academy. In all, they received 10 nominations for the film. None of the nominations turned into a win.
An MPR reporter’s tribute to the music you get when put on hold.
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Another feel-good story about a homeless man is gaining some steam. Maybe this one will work out better than the Ted Williams saga.
It was 18 years ago tomorrow that the World Trade Center was bombed.
Exploring the exotic land, drama on line one, driving Mr. Yogi, Duluth… very fast, and a statistical breakdown of the Oscar nominees.
A group of lawmakers — partisan at that — has filed a bill with some sweeping reforms of the way tickets to events are sold.
With uprisings continuing to sweep across the Middle East, there wasn’t much in today’s first hour of MPR’s Midday to make us think someone at the Pentagon isn’t dusting off plans to take over Saudi Arabia’s oil feeds.
A Carleton student documents his beard.
Another poll is out today to muddy the discussion water over which side is winning the public relations battle in Wisconsin.
We’re about to start — if we haven’t already started — the long slog toward congressional elections in 2012.
Is Facebook a friend or foe, the end of the space race, war stories, when people do good, and tablet wars.