Like a bull moose during the rut, I am pummeled by a restlessness this time of year, and it culminates right before the leaves fall and the snow flies.
Budgeteer News, 10/15/2009
When television and air conditioning became widespread about 50 years ago the front porch, neighbors and neighborhoods were abandoned in many quarters.
Budgeteer News, 09/18/2009
What follows is an armchair analysis of the presence of a major gambling operation in the center of our city, and it is not intended to inflame any underlying racism that lurks under the surface in our community.
Budgeteer News, 08/20/2009
Here are some ideas for free things to do with your family in the Northland.
Budgeteer News, 07/24/2009
As the spider descends from the branch on a single thread to be carried by a puff of air to a place it knows not, allow these breezes to take you
somewhere beyond the well-worn rut.
Budgeteer News, 06/25/2009
It’s impossible to live a life with real passion and zest without learning to be amazed by the extraordinary things that are usually overlooked.
Budgeteer News, 05/28/2009
This week I was most impressed by a letter to the editor published in the April 28 edition of the Duluth News Tribune by a 15-year-old named Luke Goossens.
Budgeteer News, 05/06/2009
Herein lies the reason why the United States (with 10 times the population) will never produce the quantity or quality of elite runners that spring up in Kenya like mushrooms: Even a Kenyan can’t maintain a high level of fitness in our car culture.
Budgeteer News, 04/02/2009
I have just begun reading “Population: 485,” the 2009 One Book, One Community selection.
Duluth Budgeteer News, 03/11/2009
Hugh McCulloch, Abraham Lincoln’s secretary of the Treasury, purchased the land that later developed into Lakeside in 1871.
Duluth Budgeteer News, 02/25/2009
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