DESIGNED FOR THE TIMES Book Review - The Dragon Slayer: Beginnings
I was given the opportunity to be a beta reader for this book and it is book one of the Dragon Slayer Chronicles written by Carey Green, which is due out in the middle of March. The following excerpt ... Posted on 3/6/14 at 10:18 AM
STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS It’s NOT a dress
Its threatening to get melty outside and the state high school hockey tourney is on the tube. This can only mean one thing, fashion-wise.
Its kilt season.
The Duluth Scottish Heritage Association is... Posted on 3/5/14 at 11:00 PM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Before the music died in 1959, it lived in Duluth
A copy of the poster for the Winter Dance Party concert that was held on Jan. 31, 1959, from an ad in the Duluth News Tribune at the time. (News Tribune file image)
Before it died, the music lived ... Posted on 1/31/14 at 9:04 AM
JIMMY JABBER CM Punk apparently has left WWE, and I'm OK with that
News broke Wednesday morning that CM Punk, one of professional wrestling's brightest stars, abruptly left WWE.
Punk, who last week said in an interview with Ariel Helwanithat he's under contract un... Posted on 1/29/14 at 5:33 PM
THE FLENSBURGER FILES Christmas Market Tour 2013: Berlin- Janowitzbrücke
Not far from the heavily visited Christmas market at Alexanderplatz is the Entertainment market at Janowitzbrcke. Located on the north side of the tracks, some 300 meters away, this Christmas market ... Posted on 1/4/14 at 9:37 PM
Brian Matuszak is not a man easily parted from his Rubber Chicken Theater T-shirt. The comedic actor with the comedic theater company favors localized humor and funny voices. So the person who decided he should play the darkest character in one of Shakespeare’s darkest plays was either a visionary - or crossing her fingers super hard.
Stephen Colbert is the only host in late night TV who plays a character. On “The Colbert Report,” he’s a self-absorbed, closed-minded caricature of a jingoistic talk show host, who is supposed to be anything but endearing.
He’s the guy wearing a chicken-shaped hat in his Duluth Budgeteer News column photo. He convinced Duluth Mayor Don Ness to dance Gangnam Style for a sketch in his theater company’s holiday revue. He’s a wide-eyed caricature and a rubber-limbed physical comedian.
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