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Stories and histories by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 5, 2012 in Media, Daily Planet OriginalsSheila Regan There are stories everywhere. You could probably walk down the street and the first person you meet will have some fascinating story to tell. Of course, they might not reveal the story to you if you ask them. Somet...
Condemned: Bedbugs! by St. Vincent Memories on Feb 4, 2012 in buildings, Kittson County, Media"...don't let the bed bugs bite!"The Old Kittson County jail was visited May 6, 1896. This jail was condemned by Judge Ives in June, 1895, and has since been disused. It is a wooden building, containing four cells, 8'x9'...and thousands of bedbugs,...
Media Overload on Mitt Romney's "Poor" Comment Comes Nearly Four Months Late by Smart Politics on Feb 2, 2012 in Media, National Politics, PresidencyThe former Massachusetts governor served up a nearly identical quote at the Dartmouth College New Hampshire debate in mid-October.
Ron Paul: Don't Pin Me Down! by Smart Politics on Feb 1, 2012 in Media, National Politics, PresidencyThe Texas Congressman is the only major 2012 Republican presidential candidate to take the debate stage without once wearing a lapel pin.
How to read about hip hop by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Feb 1, 2012 in Media, MusicBy: Kyle Tran Myhre A huge part of finding success as an artist today is crafting your narrative. It isn’t enough to just be good— you need a compelling story. And if you don’t have...