Teen idol Bobby Vee began his career on the day the music died.
Archives for April 2012
Within minutes of the announcement — on year ago today — that Navy SEALS had killed Osama bin Laden, political wags noted it’d play big once President Obama’s re-election campaign began.
I often wonder if anyone in the next generation will learn about the war in Iraq and the one in Afghanistan in a history class, only to run home and ask daddy and mommy, ‘what did you do during the war?’ and whether there might be some shame about the answer.
In two weeks, Reggie Deal will plop down in a seat at Target Field at Minneapolis and be generally unimpressed by the skyline, the giant Target ad on Target Center, or the big light pole beyond the rightfield bleachers.
The prepay debate, should public radio reveal when story subjects are underwriters, women in the Oil Patch, spam on the phone, and don’t mess with Peggy.
Quick quiz: Which of these two things is a security risk to the nation’s airlines?
What choice would you change, the world’s largest plastic building is in Minnesota, tears in the news, and people who do good by doing wrong,
Minnesota will become only the eighth Major League Baseball team to produce an ‘It Gets Better’ video.
The Amy Senser trial certainly took an interesting — and confusing — turn today when prosecutor Deborah Russell tried to challenge Joe Senser’s claim that his wife never lied to him.
The cardinal rule of attending sports events: Always give the ball to the kid.
What to do while your team is losing.
A congressman wants to honor science breakthroughs that came via ‘wasteful’ research.
That’s one for big soil!
After the flood, what might have been in the foreclosure crisis, Alex Balluff beat the odds, Yertle the Socialist, and fighting hatred with music.
Baseball fans are starting to avoid Target Field.