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2008 Stories by Jessica Armbruster

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  • Kao Kalia Yang

    published April 9, 2008

    Kao Kalia Yang was born in 1980 in a Hmong refugee camp in Thailand, a place that she called home for years. Her parents had somehow navigated... More >>

  • Kao Kalia Yang

    published April 9, 2008

    Kao Kalia Yang was born in 1980 in a Hmong refugee camp in Thailand, a place that she called home for years. Her parents had somehow navigated... More >>

  • Kao Kalia Yang

    published April 9, 2008

    Kao Kalia Yang was born in 1980 in a Hmong refugee camp in Thailand, a place that she called home for years. Her parents had somehow navigated... More >>

  • Kao Kalia Yang

    published April 9, 2008

    Kao Kalia Yang was born in 1980 in a Hmong refugee camp in Thailand, a place that she called home for years. Her parents had somehow navigated... More >>

  • School of Public Health/MN Public Health Association: Annual Film Festival

    published April 9, 2008

    Forget sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll—how about sex, health care drugs, and oil? Those are the three subjects of the fourth annual U of M... More >>

  • Café Scientifique: Fueling the Future

    published April 2, 2008

    News flash: Cars won't be running on gasoline forever. As a non-renewable resource, our vehicles are, in fact, non-renewable. While it may seem... More >>

  • Karen Joy Fowler

    published April 2, 2008

    Can a novel be a mystery if it doesn't open with a body? Karen Joy Fowler (The Jane Austen Book Club) has stated in interviews that... More >>

  • Alison Hiltner; Suzy Greenberg: Pathological

    published April 2, 2008

    Though the word "pathological" has many negative connotations, that doesn't mean this show will be dark. In fact, there probably will be light.... More >>

  • Michael Stanley

    published March 19, 2008

    It is a fortunate event when hyenas only partially consume a discarded body. At least, we are told as much amidst the imagery of yellow bones,... More >>

  • Tony Earley

    published March 19, 2008

    The sequel to Tony Earley's bestseller Jim the Boy, The Blue Star jumps forward to Jim Glass's senior year of high school.... More >>

  • Suburban World: The Norling Photos

    published March 19, 2008

    Model home explosions, children dancing in Scottish kilts, men playing baseball on donkeys, murder-suicide aftermaths, linoleum, and America... More >>

  • Warren Read

    published March 19, 2008

    Thanks to various services made more readily available on the internet, genealogy has grown as a U.S. pastime. Though many may find new and... More >>

  • Warren Read

    published March 19, 2008

    Thanks to various services made more readily available on the internet, genealogy has grown as a U.S. pastime. Though many may find new and... More >>

  • Jon Langford and Rico Bell

    published March 19, 2008

    Of all the punk-rock bands to emerge out of late-'70s England, the Mekons are perhaps a little more eclectic than the rest. Though their roots... More >>

  • Warren Read

    published March 19, 2008

    Thanks to various services made more readily available on the internet, genealogy has grown as a U.S. pastime. Though many may find new and... More >>

  • Richard Prince: Spiritual America

    published March 19, 2008

    Can an artist simultaneously celebrate and critique pop culture? Those familiar with the incredibly varied work of Richard Prince have seen... More >>

  • Farm Babies

    published March 19, 2008

    The internet, my friends, isn't just for porn and Wikipedia. Over the years it has grown to be a bastion of cuteness as well. Need proof?... More >>

  • Louis XIV

    published March 19, 2008

    If it seems like Louis XIV were just here, it's because they were. They played a sold-out crowd at the Fine Line, with the Editors and Hot Hot... More >>

  • Nomad Anniversary Party

    published March 12, 2008

    It was only three years ago that the Nomad World Pub filled the location formerly known as Five Corners Saloon. Since opening its doors, the... More >>

  • Jim Dryden: I Am Not an Island

    published March 12, 2008

    Despite the wishes of some misanthropes, it seems unlikely that any one individual is ever truly isolated from the world. Whether this is a... More >>

  • David Shields

    published March 12, 2008

    If author David Shields is a glass-half-empty guy, his 90-year-old father is the glass-half-full type. He states as much in an opening passage,... More >>

  • The Cutting Edge of Dinosaur Science

    published March 12, 2008

    Like historians who piece together the history of humanity, paleontologists attempt to assemble clues and scientific evidence to connect the... More >>

  • Sham-Rock Out: Mill City Irish Fest

    published March 5, 2008

    It's not quite St. Patrick's Day, but according to the Mill City's website, this festival is scheduled early to "kick off the St. Patrick's Day... More >>

  • Taste of Chocolate

    published March 5, 2008

    The seeds of the tropical cacao tree have been consumed by humans for around three millennia. Like coffee, these beans were originally roasted,... More >>

  • David and Nic Sheff

    published March 5, 2008

    According to David Sheff's memoir, Beautiful Boy: A Father's Journey Through His Son's Addiction, his son Nic was always on "the... More >>

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