:::: UPDATE :::: Read dropped City Pages a line to share his thoughts about his uncanny resemblance. To his credit, he has a sense of humor about the whole thing."Aaron, someone forwarded your blog posting to me under the heading 'All publicity is good publicity,'" Read wrote. "Be that as it may, I ... More >>
Can you even imagine drinking water that didn't come from a plastic bottle?This is America, and there are some things we hold sacred. Among them, life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, and bottled water.That's the stance taken by the Minnesota College Republicans, which yesterday protested the ... More >>
Politics for me, but not for thee.More anti-gay activity from Archbishop John Nienstedt: He has denied communion to gay and lesbian student activists at St. John's University and the College of St. Benedict. He presided over a Mass they attended Sunday night, Sept. 26, at the Catholic campus ... More >>
Gerard Cellette may be a convicted Ponzi schemer who rooked investors out of $53 million, but Living Word Christian Center megachurch says the $2.2 million in donations it received from the crook shouldn't be used to pay back the victims of his crime. Cellette's a guy with such an impending ... More >>
Governor shakes hands with crazy
The Cathedral board will meet Jan. 28 to take up the matter.
There's another black eye on Tom Petters' family name in the wake of his Ponzi scheme convictions.
Having a $3.5 billion Ponzi-schemer's name attached to your auditorium doesn't sound like a good idea to us either.
In Minnesota, the average compensation with salary and benefits for 4-year private college presidents was around $225,000 in the 2003-2004 academic year.