Floating with the live-aboards at the Watergate Marina and the St. Paul Yacht Club
Believe it or not, Twin Cities, spring is coming! And as it does, an increasing number of our citizens find themselves drawn to the riverfront to watch the progress. They want to see if the geese are back, if the ice is melting, and just how loud the falls are roaring. The only thing that makes spri ... More >>
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Sen. Gretchen Hoffman twisted Sen. Barb Goodwin's words beyond recognition via Twitter.Republican state Sen. Gretchen Hoffman may be facing an ethics probe, after tweeting that DFL Sen. Barb Goodwin had disparaged the mentally ill as "idiots and imbeciles." Goodwin said nothing of the sort. ... More >>
The boys take their tongues out of their cheeks for this one
Photo by Dewey Koshenina ‚Äč When Baratunde Thurston took the stage in the Hilton ballroom at the Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association summit yesterday, he led with a Jucy Lucy joke. "I'm in the place where they put cheese inside a hamburger," he said. "Doesn't that offend like 90% of th ... More >>
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