It did, but will they last? Comedians fire back at Congress. Bike crackdown at the U of M. How to turn around a school system. The kids are alright.
Archives for September 2010
If there were an asteroid heading this way, how much notice would you want?
Despite the amount of attention projected flooding is getting, only two locations are expected to have ‘major’ flooding.
A new study suggests that voting for the winning candidate makes a guy want to watch porn more.
When Southwest Airlines announced a couple of years ago that it would start flying to Minneapolis-St. Paul, visions of low airfares danced in our heads, what with Southwest’s low-fare image and all. Has it worked out that way?
Flood zones by air, pastors dare the IRS, privatizing libraries, the mystery of the empty parks, and what part of ‘heads down’ don’t you understand?
A short documentary
What would cater to the needs of a shopper in downtown St. Paul?
Comedian Stephen Colbert, who plays a conservative-leaning commentator on his nightly show, The Colbert Report, testified before Congress today in character.
The journalist, once imprisoned in Iran, is in the Twin Cities, talking about those who are still imprisoned.
Is one reason there’s a high number of suicides among teenagers the pressure parents put on their kids?
There’s life after high school, after Troubled Waters, get your Neil Young here, don’t call them Twinkies, and how high school sports helps a young man who lost his father.
Has Rep. Mark Buesgens’ privacy been violated by the release of video of his field sobriety test by Wright County authorities yesterday?
Does the Catholic Church have the legal right to weigh in on political issues?
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued this news release on a what it classifies as a “near midair” over Minneapolis St. Paul.