The online job board scam, how a culture changes, it takes a community to respond to bullies, turn out the lights in downtown Saint Paul, and is the caterwauling over NFL referees gone too far?
Archives for September 2012
Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images The play that cost the Packers the game last night — the one where the Packers guy has the ball pinned to his chest, the Seahawks guy only has one arm on it but the refs call it a catch-and-win for Seattle — was proper and correctly called, the NFL says. Read more →
Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images The NFL likely won’t take back the bad call last night that led to the Seattle Seahawks beating the Green Bay Packers on game-ending play. But it seems some of the gamblers who put money on that game will get their cash back. A Canadian journalist this morning is reporting that Read more →
The economy’s been lousy for four years and the level of student debt topped $1 trillion last year. It’s a combination that, nationally, has turned many young Americans into student loan delinquents. If there’s good news here, it’s that Minnesota institutions are showing the lowest levels of student loan delinquencies, The Federal Reserve Bank of Read more →
National Archives You’re pretty much guaranteed a daily150th anniversary Civil War remembrance through Spring 2015. Last week was a grim remembrance of Antietam, the bloodiest single day in U.S. history. You probably will not hear a lot, though, about today’s unique Civil War history, the 150th anniversary of one the worst episodes of the suspension Read more →
Nice time-lapse video from MnDOT as construction crews raise the center span of the new Hastings bridge.
Saturday Night Live nails it with a look at undecided voters.
A plane crash in Wyoming yields few clues.
It’s not any crazier, really, than the professionals.
It was 20 years ago — hard as that may be to believe — that Tom Hanks, Geena Davis, Madonna and Rosie O’Donnell starred in a League of Their Own, a tribute to the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, which sprung out of the fact the men in the major and minor leagues in the ’40s were shipping off to wa
Here’s a typical picture you’ll see to describe the mood in Pakistan. And here’s one you won’t.
The largest riverboat ever made makes its first stop in Saint Paul in more than four years.
Photos from the Apple lines.
Embarrassed to ask for a helping hand, the $13,000 raise, taking God out of football, the lucrative lure of bad art, and how was your summer?
A bus driver in Winnipeg gave a man his shoes.