So I cracked open my Cranium Column Cupboard in search of an idea for this week’s Budgeteer but, much like my continued hunt for spring, I found nothing.
For the Budgeteer News, 05/01/2013
So the city’s ongoing hullabaloo with the Fond-du-Luth Casino has gotten me to thinking about other ways to work the word “hullabaloo” into my daily conversations.
For the Budgeteer News, 04/24/2013
So I was going through my highly detailed, painstakingly updated database of Budgeteer columns, and after counting up all the hastily scrawled notes on the backs of old Menards receipts and Blondie cartoons, I realized something momentous: This week’s column is Number 150!
For the Budgeteer News, 04/17/2013
So the mud is free-flowing, the insects are buzzing, and although you might think it’s election time already, those are actually signs of spring.
Duluth News Tribune, 04/10/2013
So have you heard the latest rumor that’s covering Duluth like a bad Phil Johnson toupee?
For the Budgeteer News, 04/03/2013
So I recently found myself driving along a dark, lonely Proctor road (the only kind of road there is in Proctor), and, as they often do, my thoughts soon turned to the apocalypse.
For the Budgeteer News, 03/27/2013
So it’s April Fool’s Day. April Fool! It’s only the middle of March. But that doesn’t mean we can’t have some foolish fun via a random thought or three.
For the Budgeteer News, 03/20/2013
So remember back in June when Mother Nature was an irate Clubber Lang and smacked us around like a flabby Rocky Balboa? The clouds let loose and our region was crushed beneath a wet bulldozer of rain; roads were destroyed, restaurants were submerged, cats and dogs were living together. It was the The End of Days That Were Dry.
For the Budgeteer News, 03/13/2013
So what’s with all the mounds of white stuff around the Twin Ports? No, not the whipped cream on Kevin Jacobsen’s strawberry crepes. I’m talking about all the snow we’ve received this winter.
For the Budgeteer News, 03/06/2013
John D. Munsell, a former theater instructor at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, passed away last week at the way-too-early age of 70, and though his lanky, physical self may have shuffled off this mortal coil, his vibrant and passionate spiritual self will never leave us.
For the Budgeteer News, 02/27/2013
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