How do we examine economic success, employment trends, the education achievement gap and other big topics if people increasingly don’t fit into the categories that have been built to look at that data?
Archives for May 2013
North Dakota: Where there are more bars per capita than there are bars.
Why education won’t pay the bills, waiting on the Supreme Court, remembering the Y2K bug, the death of Gene Burns, and Gooseberry Falls in 10 seconds.
A day to forget, a house is just a house, how parents and big money ruins kids’ sports, advice for the grads, and Todd Hoffner speaks.
A couple is taking a year-long vacation, going to places people on the Internet suggest. What would lure them to Minnesota, Minnesota?
Some people in Congress don’t know understand the controversies they’re trying to fan.
There are so many worthy candidates in the running for this week’s most memorable person recognition.
This is a coincidence worth passing along.
Is it true that Minnesota has only been mentioned five times in songs?
Trashology in Duluth, behind school suspensions, after the fire in South St. Paul, the end of the apostrophe, and music for the locked-out soul.
If government was all about the will of the people, you’d be able to buy booze on Sunday in Minnesota.
Joe Blow has a concealed carry permit. If I were in Louisiana, that sentence could put me in jail.
The migration to the south continues.
NPR has just released a pretty neat app that shows the damage from the tornado in Oklahoma this week.
The instructions for Google’s Doodle contest was to illustrate your ‘best day ever.’