The first congressional hearing on guns, the latest victim in Chicago’s violence, tools and protected speech, the ongoing SPCO dispute, and the winter carnival medallion.
Archives for January 30, 2013
The annual Saint Paul Winter Carnival Medallion Hunt is over. The medallion, a Saint Paul Pioneer Press promotion, comes with something extra this year: commentary on the state of the health care system.
Apparently, nobody in New Orleans is interested in talking about a big game coming up.
If, as I wrote on Monday, the warmer-than-normal temperatures don’t allow the ice to thicken on Lake Superior between Bayfield and Madeline Island this year, this baby won’t be putting in an appearance. It’s the windsled that replaces ferry service in the area in the winter. It hasn’t been used since 2011.
The former Mr. Basketball in Minnesota gives an interview to Chuck Klosterman about his mental health issues.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has thrown out the case against a man for rating a doctor online.
From the minds of marketers, we’re not afraid of winter, when government works, guns for hockey, and coming out with cake.