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Archives for September 2012
We pause from our usual Friday activities (pretty much a combination of staring out the window and staring at the clock) to announce that there’s still a war in Afghanistan going on.
Let’s just go ahead and add this to NewsCut’s growing list of people who make it rough for the rest of us, what with their creative ways to propose and all
This is what trouble — big trouble — looks like in Woodbury.
Myths of workplace violence, where public education campaigns fail, a second chance to quiz alleged racist remarks, civil conversations, and it helps to have friends.
The Public Radio show, RadioLab, heard on MPR on Saturday afternoons, is getting significant pushback for its handling of an interview with a Hmong veteran in the Twin Cities on last weekend’s broadcast.
A few weeks ago, I profiled the Bus 52 team that is traveling the country, stopping in each state, and finding stories of people doing good work therein.
Today, they released one of the videos they produced while here: A group using water skiing to bring people together.
It’s last call for the Cottage View Drive-In in Cottage Grove tonight.
The messaging in the same-sex marriage campaign, when people do good… and bad, an ungrateful nation, the Boogaard’s lawsuit, and dead or dormant.
A British Columbia teen who has raised thousands of dollars for children’s medical charities is finding it difficult to get the money to come to Minnesota for treatment of her own health problems.
Vikings punter Chris Kluwe has leveled another broadside at supporters of the same-sex marriage ban on November’s ballot.
Over the summer, this clip did well on the InterTubes.
Farmers are an interesting breed, indeed.
From the ‘free speech is complicated’ department.
A report shows the difficulty mass media has in tailoring its news to a wide audience — the wide audience have vastly different opinions on what is news.