Should kids teach themselves, what’s the deal with your salary, breakfast and a hug in Barnum, in search of the real Wisconsin, and the games we all play that we don’t realize we’re playing.
Archives for August 2012
Most of those surveyed cannot name a single member of the U.S. Supreme Court.
She died today at 95.
The importance of today’s decision is that had it gone another way, and the original verdict survived, future courts would have a good reason to expand the infringement of speech that is unpopular.
How is this possible? Easy. You don’t find a job, or you find one that way pays lousy wages.
What the men in Brainerd know that a candidate in Missouri doesn’t, lessons from the flooding of Rushford, when lightning strikes, drunk in South Dakota at 14, and dispatches from the music man.
At some point in the future, a rover is going to land on Earth in search of life, and find the remnants of a decorated diaper contest, baby races, and hog calling.
There’s another passing of telephone history underway: the telephone number as geographic identifier.
MPR’s Public Insight Network has posted a series of interviews with Muslim parents about how Ramadan changes when you have kids.
Coffee snobs are taking all the fun out of a cup of Joe.
As Minnesota stopped this week to observe the 150th anniversary of the Dakota Conflict, it’s not a bad time to ask what parallels may/may not exist in 2012?
Where’s the missing link for the new Highway 61 bridge over the Mississippi River in Hastings?
A dog helped save a boy’s life when he was younger. Now the dog is dying.
Cars v. people (cont’d), a good hurricane could end a bad drought, ugly poverty in beautiful pictures, when predictions of doom don’t come true, and Minnesota moments from the BWCA.
Better scratch ‘say you’re a cop’ off the list of ways to get out of speeding tickets.