Kiplinger’s July issue names Rochester, Minnesota the 6th best city of 2010.
Archives for May 2010
Shortcuts may be too gentle a word for what happened on the Deepwater Horizon.
If you’re going to make an issue out of the display of the American flag, at least understand the proper way to display it.
The perils of outdoor baseball, the Constitutional Convention by Twitter, should the government step in to protect Facebook users, the excitement of new citizens, and remembering Bill Hinkley.
Only 23 percent of black high school juniors can read at grad standard level.
Any day in the news business brings its share of bizarre tales, but for reasons we cannot fathom, today has been particularly filled with head-scratchers in the absence of significant news that’s not about oil.
A gambler violates his own ban on gambling, and is charged with trespassing.
The Census Bureau has been producing vignettes of census workers describing the joys of their jobs. So far, nobody has listed having a gun pointed at them.
The economy is changing us. Is it forever?
Every year at this time, News Cut begins posting commencement speeches. So far, this season, we have been generally underwhelmed by the speeches we’ve heard.
While PR experts give the use of social media high marks, many people aren’t buying the story being told.
Minneapolis is the third-most-fit metropolitan area in the country, a survey says.
Accomplishing your life’s highlight at 13, a tale of two communities, the most touristy areas in the world, why don’t ice ages last forever, and Milton Bradley’s demons.
The view from the UBS Forum.
As a rule, I don’t go to fundraisers or benefit dinners for organizations that have lobbyists at the Capitol, even though I work for one. I make one exception.