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As always happens when you move, some stuff just doesn't make the cut. Maybe it doesn't fit in with the feng shui, or you just don't care enough about it to haul it to the new pad. Beacon Bank is in the process of leap-frogging Starbucks in its move on Superior Street, and the bank doesn't want to lug its old safe around. Instead, they want to give it away. And it looks like a steal, too. Disclaimer: Eh?
Two people were killed and 23 injured when a car plowed into a crowd of people early on Thursday morning near the South by Southwest Interactive (SXSW) music and film festival in Austin, Texas, and a suspect was arrested, police said. Five of the 23 injured were in critical condition after the crash near a bar popular with festival goers, the Austin Police Department said in a statement.
A Duluth man was arrested for allegedly pointing two handguns at vehicles as they drove by Wednesday along West Third Street in the city's Lincoln Park neighborhood. Duluth police were called to the 3100 block of West Third Street at 11:41 a.m. on two separate reports of a male pointing two handguns at vehicles. While en route, officers were told the suspect boarded a DTA bus heading west. Officers and the Minnesota State Patrol stopped the bus near 35th and Grand avenues. Police arrested Joseph Michael Bonneville, 33, and found two handguns in his possession.
After nearly two months and an estimated 125,000 visitors, the end is near for the ice caves on Lake Superior in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Access to the wildly popular attraction will close for the season no later than Sunday night because of changing ice conditions, officials said. As the ice on Lake Superior breaks up, it is creating uncertainty about the safety of reaching the caves along the mainland shore of the lake near Cornucopia, park officials said.
In the Feb. 28 News Tribune, syndicated movie reviewer Richard Roeper told us his opinion about the new movie, "Son of God." He told us not to waste our time or money. But I totally disagreed with his opinion. My wife and I went, and we both felt the acting was great and, for the most part, Roma Downey and her husband, Mark Burnett, did a great job presenting the "greatest story ever told." I am 59 years old and have seen most movies about Jesus, and this ranks as one of the better ones.
"They shall beat their swords into plowshares, spears into pruning hooks; nations shall not war against nation, nor shall they study war anymore." On July 28, 2012, a time- honored vision guided by that passage from the biblical book of Isiah became reality at a nuclear facility in Tennessee. One of the three responsible for this particular act of hope was Greg Boertje-Obed of Duluth.
The Russians move into a Crimea that should have stayed Russian with its majority Russian population. Republican war drums begin to roll as they accuse President Barack Obama of not getting tough. I am sure they will be in the front rank as we march on to the Kremlin. After all, Napoleon and Hitler demonstrated how simple it is to attack Russia. Sen.
What sets young adult novel adaptation "Divergent" apart from box office juggernaut "Twilight"? According to Shailene Woodley, healthy relationships. "'Twilight,' I'm sorry, is about a very unhealthy, toxic relationship. She falls in love with this guy and the second he leaves her, her life is over and she's going to kill herself," Woodley told Teen Vogue for the April issue's cover story. "What message are we sending to young people?
Is "Duck Dynasty" just a big advertisement for the Almighty? At least one of the stars seems to think so. Sadie Robertson, the teenage daughter of Duck Commander boss Willie Robertson, tells Fox411 that her clan decided to do the A&E reality series in order to spread the word of the Lord. "When we began 'Duck Dynasty,' we weren't starting it for fame," Robertson said.
ST. PAUL - Seventeen years ago, when the Duluth community organized its first lobbying blitz of Minnesota lawmakers, we were the only ones doing it. We stood out. We were remembered. Today, communities and organizations from around the state descend on the Capitol every single day to pitch their needs, to tell their story and to win favor for money and laws that help them prosper, grow and be happy. With the annual, two-day, hundreds-strong Duluth and St. Louis County at the Capitol event wrapping up with a legislative breakfast this morning, it's fair to ask: Is our event still relevant?