News from the backyards, baseball’s mess, engaging Somalis on the radio, what St. Paulites want, and the ugly side of good intentions in Cold Spring.
Archives for March 2013
The free-for-all at the Supreme Court, an abortion showdown in North Dakota, health insurance premiums will be going up, Lillehaug gets his gig.
When you’re on jury duty and your case goes on for 33 days and includes 200 witnesses, it may be difficult to stay focused.
We’re standing by waiting for the cost of beer to drop more at Target Field following news that the Boston Red Sox are dropping their beer prices this year.
Here’s the audio from today’s Supreme Court hearing on California’s Proposition 8, banning same-sex marriage.
Just one last post about Daniel Alvarez, the kayaker who successfully completed his goal to kayak from the Northwest Angle, down the Mississippi and on to Key West.
Times are good again — sort of — for homeowners.
Is there a will to confront homelessness, the boy in the urn, closing the newspaper paywall loophole, who still uses corncob pipes, and why can’t the U of M’s minority students get theater opportunities?
Who’s responsible for the botched predictions of how much pulltab revenue would be available to give to a Vikings stadium? Plus: The $6,000 pricetag to watch this week’s Supreme Court hearings on same-sex marriage.
There are plenty of people who are upset that the University of Minnesota men’s basketball team fell on its face this season, but you’d have to be cold-hearted not to feel with the way coach Tubby Smith was fired.
It took a long time to get the current photography-happy astronauts on the International Space Station to snap an overhead shot of the Twin Cities. But it finally happened today.
If Haiti can’t end poverty, at least it can gussy it up a little bit.
Go ahead, make the argument below to a good basketball player on why they should want to go to the U.
The mentally ill smoke to help control their symptoms, and die of heart disease at an alarming rate.
A week for same-sex marriage, when native casinos fall on hard times, the inseparables, prom season begins, and the winter bike commuter.