Don’t let the screen door hit you, 2011.
Archives for December 2011
Michael Colalillo, 86, a Hibbing native, was the last living World War II veteran from Minnesota to receive the Medal of Honor. He died today.
The FCC reportedly will investigate Verizon’s plan to start charging $2 to some people to pay their bills.
This is the time of the year when the newspaper carrier tries to tell you to give him/her a tip without actually asking for a tip.
An innovative program to help the most vulnerable among us closes today.
One of these days, I will set up a NewsCut category, ‘Public Radio references in popular culture.’
The brilliance among us, the issues of Iowa, staying home with the kids, the church of the gay nativity, the oil patch isn’t for everyone, and Minneapolis by air.
The last week of the year is a challenge for anyone in the news business; there’s simply very little news going on. So it’s a good time to waste time — cleaning out the e-mail for example.
Longtime Minneapolis singer Christine Rosholt died unexpectedly this week, just a week before her 47th birthday.
It’s no surprise at all that Leif Enger has coined the perfect name for the winter we’re having:
We interrupt this not-really-any-season in Minnesota for a flashback to when nature had a clue.
What will happen to the Swany White flour mill smokestack.
Tidying up the language, the winter that wasn’t, faceless, breastfeeding backlash, and last call for a polar bear.
Some pictures just scream,’What’s the story here?’. This one qualifies.
The Minnesota Supreme Court today cleared the way for a constitutional challenge to a Red Wing ordinance that requires the inspection of rental properties.