HUNGRY FOR LIFE Warmed by Wind Chill by Jeffery Tucker; The Hottest New Book
One bitterly cold winter afternoon, a nine-month-old colt - extremely weak, starving, left to die - was frozen to the rock-hard white landscape of a northern Wisconsin pasture. His whinny for help bar... Posted on 11/20/13 at 8:07 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Dear Auntie, Why Me?
Dear Auntie, Why Me? by Peggy Anderson,
Published in 2005
Duluthian shares her breast cancer story to educate women
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Duluth author and publisher Jeffrey Woolf takes a break from crafting novel No. 2 to release a poetry chapbook, "Octopus Moons, Vol. 1." Plus: A "reprint" of the feature Matthew R. Perrine wrote about him in 2008.
Susan Marks gets the Budgeteer stamp of approval: she wrote a book and made a documentary about Betty Crocker, she lives in a famous photographer’s former home and she just did a project with John Waters.
An excerpt from Budgeteer columnist Linda LeGarde Grover's award-winning collection of short stories, “The Road Back to Sweetgrass,” which was recently recognized by the Native Writers’ Circle of the Americas.
CHICAGO — Studs Terkel, the ageless master of listening and speaking, a broadcaster, activist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose best-selling oral histories celebrated the common people he liked to call the “noncelebrated,” died Friday. He was 96.
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