The heat is on a group of artist’s in St. Paul’s Rice Park. They’ve got until 9 Saturday morning to turn the blocks of ice into works of ice art.
Archives for January 2011
You may recall the controversy last fall when a newspaper in Uganda printed pictures of homosexuals in the country with ‘hang them’ on the front page. One of them is dead.
Today, the White House is distributing the story of Kayla Holmstrom of Brookings, South Dakota, who was hurt in a motorcycle accident.
A water-powered jetpack is now on the market.
Why don’t long-term unemployed have a job, Tim Pawlenty: the sequel, heroes and zeroes, and the joy of human hibernation explored.
Three weeks into the legislative session, there isn’t a whiff of bipartisanship in the air.
The court ruling sparks a new debate over how much stray electricity threatens Minnesota dairy farmers.
From Minneapolis to London to Mogadishu, a discussion about the future of Somalia
Should a Packers tie get you fired, the Chipotle firings, happy Swap Day, running in place at work, and the Iron Range weasel’s workout.
The recovery in the resale price of homes in the Twin Cities last year apparently was a mirage.
Somalis in London, Mogadishu, and St. Paul will examine the future.
A jury awarded $400,000 to a man because of things someone said about him on the Internet. Now he wants to make it a crime.
Student achievement for black students in Minnesota and nationwide falls woefully short of white students.
Travails of the tired pilot, Tim Pawlenty: The movie, funerals by webcast, how I became a Minnesota pineapple farmer, and the vanishing mention of war.
A bill at the Capitol would permit smoking in some bars and restaurants.