On this day in country music history - July 14, 1973 - Phil Everly threw a dang old fit, smashing his guitar after performing the song, "('Till) I Kissed You" and walking off the stage, effectively breaking up the Everly Brothers while performing at Buena Park, California's Knott's Berry Farm ... More >>
It's not just Alliant Techsystems. Hundreds of small Minnesota companies are cashing in on America's defense industry.
Bill Nelson is the Director of Correctional Services for Volunteers of America, Minnesota and Founding Director of the Women’s Recovery Center, a residential program for women in the process of leaving prostitution. Nelson is also the founder of the anti-violence agency La Oportunidad, Minneapolis ... More >>
Is the future hiding somewhere in a 500-year-old notebook?
Wal-Mart sues logo parodists, ACLU sues the Air Force Reserves, W to get an upgraded Marine One, maps of religion in America, the Al Gore/global warming documentary, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
First Nuzhat Haneef was a secular Pakistani. Next, she was a devout Muslim. Now she's a single, 53-year-old apostate--and she's not happy about it.
At last check, the Minneapolis police were not walking door to door in North Minneapolis, demanding $140 donations to pay for their salaries. But perhaps it's time they start.
The pay was low, but working for Ma Bell meant a worry-free retirement. Now Qwest is sending out the pension checks, and local retirees say they're getting the wrong number.
Replacing the current system of special-interest money in its entirety with public financing is the only way to unblock the clogged arteries of our democracy.
The Clinton-sanctioned expansion of NATO stands to cost U.S. taxpayers something over $30 billion--and this to repel a tattered Russian army
Poverty pimps, like nature, abhor a vacuum.
Notes on the 1968 and 1996 conventions