Every good road trip has some story about a diner in Mitchell, S.D., where you swore the guy at the grill seasoned your skillet with ash from a Marlboro, and your server had a charming accent and a wonky eye.
Dominic P. Papatola had left the News Tribune well before I started working here more than nine years ago, but his name still comes up often enough in conversations that I have with local theater people.
Our second week of guest blogging continues with former city councilor Russ Stewart, the quality of whoms columns in the Transistor seem to increase with the more f-bombs he uses. Unfortunately, I can't print f-bombs, but Russ graciously still agreed to do a guest blog anyway.
Maura still has a lot of elementary and middle school years ahead of her before she can even think about high school, but a few nights ago she made her dancing debut with a horde of other youngsters at halftime of a recent high school boys basketball game.
Looking for something to do with the kids? Want to know the upcoming gig of a particular band? Need some parenting advice? Searching for the best wings in town? Chances are great that you’ve turned to the Internet to find wha
As I write this, the winter solstice is just over an hour away. At 11:47 a.m. Central time Monday we exchange autumn for winter. The days have shortened and the nights lengthened in the extreme since the first kiss of summer.
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