From MPR News editor Bill Wareham: The Minnesota Twins have changed musical directors, according to the Gimme Noise blog. A fellow named Dan Edwards, who’s been doing the job for a couple years, is being replaced by Tim Miller, who apparently performs the same duties for the Minnesota Timberwolves. Fans erupted after a Orlando Hudson Read more →
Archives for March 2013
Recall when Bob Collins wrote about whether public radio can still take risks? In June of 2012, when we learned Car Talk was going to stop producing new shows, Bob said, “This has been an interesting time in public radio of late, and the next few years are going to test whether it’s capable of Read more →
A lot was made in these parts of changes in youth hockey rules in the wake the paralysis of a star high school player a year ago. But a new study out of Canada suggests rules designed to protect kids aren’t being enforced by officials.
What’s your picture of marriage look like?
The European Veterans Association championships are now over. The event gives slightly-older athletes an opportunity to participate in competition.
The job openings at the University of Minnesota have been updated. It presents a conundrum to any junior scientists who also know basketball.
I see your ‘what’s the matter with kids today’ and raise you one ‘nothing.’
The great thing about the Internet is you can sometimes pretend that big scoop you got wrong never actually happened.
When people accept responsibility for helping others, a little charity served up with healthy respect, a fracking quake, free speech by the side of the road, and beer v. trout in Cold Spring.
The Supreme Court’s week on same-sex marriage ends. Ryan Larson, arrested but never charged in a cop’s death, pleads guilty to unrelated stalking charges, and spring may be coming late but pothole season showed up right on time.
Somewhere in the back of my non-scientific mind, I’ve come to the point of accepting our never-ending winter by telling myself that at least — probably — the Arctic sea ice will be restored to some of its previous glory.
Here is the audio of today’s Supreme Court arguments over the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
A sharply divided Minnesota Supreme Court today ruled that two young girls, born to apparent drug addicts can be adopted by their foster parents rather than their grandparents, despite a state law that appears to favor adoption by family members over others.
‘Changing your avatar is the new standing in front of tanks.’
Maybe the administration finally has the pain to trumpet in the wake of the so-called ‘sequester cuts.’