Regular readers know how much the NewsCut team — all one of us — enjoys a good obituary.
The Duluth News Tribune’s Andrew Krueger got a not-so-gentle reminder from the spirits of the north woods that nature is always in charge.
Words carry more weight when you know the lengths gone through to say them, don’t you think?
Coincidence is an odd thing.
Fueled by Rice consists of six friends bicycling for ‘peace, simplicity, and the environment.’
I made a reference in a post last week about a colleague’s husband who greeted news that his cancer had metastasized into his brain with “okee dokee” — two simple words (or maybe it’s one) that can inspire — do inspire — the rest of us to consider the perspectives of life. His name was Read more →
Tig Notaro’s now-famous stand-up routine after she found out she has cancer, forces us to consider how we press on through the times.
Andrew Filer has photographed every dot on the North Dakota map.
Schools pretend that students who kill themselves didn’t exist. They did. And still do.
Spencer Wirth-Davis, aka Big Cats, debuts a musical project inspired by his mother, who died after a battle with ovarian cancer.
KARE 11 is reporting today that Jane Fiemeyer has died.
Having light-rail construction outside the window has given many of us the World Headquarters of NewsCut an unparalleled opportunity to ‘eavesdrop’ on people living their lives in interesting ways.
The family reunion is not a dead concept.
People’s journeys to the here-and-now often aren’t what you think they are.