So we’re heading down to the Cities this week and Kaylee is very excited. In fact, as my fingertips tap-dance along the computer keys right now and form words that are intended to be humorous, my daughter is figuring out what to wear for this huge teenybopper show
For the Budgeteer News, 01/30/2013
So I’m glad the Mayans were full of bad fajitas when they gave us that goofed-up apocalyptic forecast about the world coming to an end in 2012.
For the Budgeteer News, 01/23/2013
So the other day I was glancing through the Local News section of my Duluth News Tribune, and I spied something that made me giddier than a Justin Bieber fan girl. It was the schedule for the Arrowhead Library Service Bookmobile.
For the Budgeteer News, 01/16/2013
So we’ve reached the end of another eventful year here in the Twin Ports, and what did 2012 teach us?
For the Budgeteer News, 12/31/2012
When our family makes the winter trek to Marcia Hales’ holiday “Spirit in the Lights” display, we’re making our annual trek to Christmas.
For the Budgeteer News, 12/25/2012
So Mother Nature came back with a vengeance last week and left a dumping of snow on the Twin Ports. But at least she didn’t take it out on us as badly as she did the folks in the Twin Cities.
For the Budgeteer News, 12/19/2012
So it’s December, which means I am once again blessed with the opportunity to continue the grand theatrical tradition started by that wacky Greek playwright Aristophanes and poke some local bears with comedy sticks.
For the Budgeteer News, 12/12/2012
So the city of Duluth has conveniently established a First Amendment Zone down at Bentleyville, just in case you had any questions about where free speech is allowed at Bayfront Park.
For the Budgeteer News, 12/05/2012
So another Christmas City of the North Parade has come and gone and, except for an ill-conceived Feisty & Berlin float complete with hungry polar bear and tiny seal riding atop Lake Superior Zoo’s minivan, it went off without a hitch.
For the Budgeteer News, 11/28/2012
So we had a visitor at our front door last weekend as we were preparing to leave for Kaylee’s swim meet up in Aurora. It wasn’t a political candidate with a sack full of glossy flyers. No, it was a small fluffball of a black cat.
For the Budgeteer News, 11/14/2012
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