The Twins could certainly use some more consistent pitching in the second half of the season, fueling a lot of trade speculation over Seattle ace Cliff Lee.
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Archives for June 2010
It’s clear that she’s squarely in favor of protective eyewear.
Forty years later, Bruce Lee still outshines those who came after him.
Larry King announces his retirement, and two robbers are caught on camera making rookie robber mistakes; oh, and a giant augmented reality model awes crowds at Times Square by taking their picture.
Hulu announced the launch of its Plus service, offering access to more episodes on more devices — including the iPhone, iPad and PlayStation 3 — for $9.99 a month.
Let’s hope the Supreme Court has a copy editor on staff.
Mopping up from the storms: The cars are half empty, and the falls are half full.
The Five by 8 for June 29, including a triple lightening strike, Russian spies in the U.S., local Minneapolis hip-hop stars, and bike polo.
Did Al Franken fall asleep during Elena Kagan’s opening statement at her Supreme Court hearing on Monday? No.
St. Paul picked an interesting week to unveil a PSA on how to cross a street. Downtown St. Paul — at least this afternoon — was generally abandoned because of the construction for the light rail project.
Ordinarily, I’m not much of a wistful Michael Jackson fan, but Joanne Spencer’s account on The Story of how a pop singer inspired her career from Eau Claire to Minneapolis and points more important is a compelling one.
The Great Minnesota Air Show over the weekend apparently didn’t let the ‘inconsistent’ weather get to it.
Today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision that extends the 2nd amendment to the states is 214 pages of a judicial pie fight.
A year in the life of a soldier, litter and the Friday floods, why you should care about the Boeing 787, biking across America, the secret of ‘Psycho.’
The essence of a moment in Minnesota that you experience over the weekend.