Duty to Warn
Gary G. Kohls, MD
August 6, 2015, is the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, a civilian city that had minimal military value, despite the claims of President Truman when he announced the event to the American people.
China’s Xinhua news agency reported July 24 that while quarantine officials reportedly said “no excessive radioactive material was found in the formula,”
From the Side
Our myth, our folklore, has more often been created by marketeers than by balladeers. Our poets have labored to influence the conscience of the nation while fear mongers, puritans and profiteers have swept the population
North Shore Notes
People living along the North Shore have learned to accept, not always with appreciation, the entertainment provided by urban drivers. I’ll be first to say that outside my element and on a crowded freeway I am out of my league.
I would like to drive a couple of cars in the next few years. I would like to drive a Jaguar … not own one, just drive one, across the Golden Gate Bridge. Maybe navy blue, or slate grey. And maybe a real old school car too. Like an old chevy.
From Black Space To Bright Blue Earth: A Fragile Thin Lin
Party of one
Interestingly, some of the same people who want their Freedom of Religion want to deny Freedom of Religion to others. For example, mandatory public school prayer. What form should a public prayer take to satisfy all faiths?
Republican politicos say that taking unlimited sums of campaign cash from corporations and billionaires is the American way, claiming that money is “free” speech. Democrats disagree, but say they can’t unilaterally disarm
This is just what it says it is – Tangerine. Big tangerine nose, lovely tangerine flavor, and even a hazy tangerine color to this tangerine wheat beer from Lost Coast Brewery.
Eat & Drink
This week I took my quest for cocktails back over to Duluth. Zeitgeist on Superior St. has a great selection of spirits and has some great food. I was there a few weeks ago and noticed a few interesting cocktails and figured I’d stop in and ask
I saw this band on the final day of Homegrown 2014. It was a warm sunny Sunday and the sunlight beamed through the floor to almost ceiling level windows of Canal Park Brewery. The music was mostly original, but unmistakably traditional gospel
We’d just dipped our feet into Cap Creek, a spring-fed tributary of the upper Namekagon River, and that cold water was part of what drew us here. The cold water is also what draws native brook trout here
Young Duluthians can produce art, and need art, as much as anyone else in the community
The Masked Fan
Last Friday I was reading an article on Yahoo NHL and Cooke was included as one of the top ten most “loathsome” players in the league. Well, yeah, he has earned his spot on that list.
Remember the good ol’ days, when athletes devoted almost full attention to performing their best in competition, and the media could write about what happened in the game, and the fans enjoyed it all within their hero-worshipping world?
Converse has updated their iconic line of Chuck Taylor shoes for the first time in 98 years, and friends and family of 36-year-old Todd Dorfman have gone into hiding, avoiding the elderly hipster at all costs.