The gun debate hits the Capitol, prison for Nizzel George’s killer, where is the line between honoring and exploiting the kids of Newtown?
Archives for February 5, 2013
The Texas A&M University Transportation Institute has released a report saying that traffic congestion in the Twin Cities makes us spend 34 hours more a year in the car than we otherwise would if there were substantially less traffic woes.
I was a comparatively early fan of the people who used better statistics to analyze baseball — SABRmetrics, as it’s called — but this? This makes my head hurt, football.
It was three years ago today that Brendan Burke, the 21-year-old son of Edina native (sort of) Brian Burke died in a car crash in Indiana.
A computer scientist at Harvard writes that any searches involving black-sounding names are more likely to be accompanied by ads suggestive of a criminal record than white-sounding names.
The crash looked bad, but the ride to the hospital looked harrowing in its own right.
Liquor v. family time, the mother who lost four kids to gun violence, the cyber safe crackers, the fix is in, and fun things to do in the cold.