A booster of the Upper Minnesota River Watershed, Moore has shown residents how to disagree and get things done.
Archives for October 2011
If you were a regular listener of The Morning Show, you knew the real Tom Keith.
Is it work or luck, if you ruin it they won’t come, 7 billion and counting, the making of the Google doodle, and would you jump out of a plane?
I couldn’t let the week end on the sad story of the elephant and the dog, and, fortunately, CBS News bailed me out by providing some good news. On The Road, the series that Charles Kuralt started, is back.
Bella the dog and Tarra the elephant were best friends, to the point that the elephant even held a vigil for the dog at one point.
If a journalist writes the words that are then used in a protest, does he become part of the protest?
It’s hard to fathom why there’s a bit of a backlash against Fox broadcaster Joe Buck’s call of the homerun that ended last night’s game six of the World Series.
As the governor names a Minneapolis politician to a top higher education job, there are still questions about the person being replaced.
As political ads go, Duluth City Council candidate Emily Larson has hit on a great formula: No political talk, just person after person extolling the virtues of Duluth.
Squeeze in, people; one at a time in Duluth, the old ways in the woods, the face of Occupy, and Polar BearCam
There’s more to Pam Whitfield than being one of the best college professors Minnesota has to offer.
Of the many problems facing America, it’s hard to say where ‘a guitarless society’ ranks on the list.
The Twins won the World Series 20 years ago tonight in one of the greatest games every played.
The road taken, requiem for the cabin, adult contemporary and the indie artists, South Dakota’s shame, and Dale and Jim together again.
The town proclaims that about 3,000 cars a day pass through Cosmos on Highway 7. As near as I can tell, only one pulled over to research its history based on its water tower.