from streets.mn by Nick Magrino
The following analysis is not highly scientific. I generally picked the cheapest unit I could find in the new buildings and, with the old ones, picked what I could find. Many older buildings do not have easy to find websites, and some newer buildings do not list rents up front. Craigslist was prowled, but I was safe. This does not impact the findings of the study, which are significant.
from RedCurrent by Tesha M. Christensen
“We want to spread awareness that cyclists aren’t a statistic or a faceless obstacle on the road,” said Stephenson. “They’re people, like anybody else, and they have stories and passions. Marcus was one such person, and one of his passions was biking. His love for bikes brought him, along with his passion for the culinary arts, to our city, and that moved us. So the ride is about telling stories like Marcus’. It’s about paying tribute to people who ride bikes who’ve fallen while doing something they love. It’s about revealing the humanity behind the cyclist stereotype.”
from Thoughts Towards a Better World by Dick Bernard
May 4, 2000, my 60th birthday, was spent at Auschwitz-Birkenau with a group of about 40 Christians and Jews from Temple Israel and Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis MN.
from Stubble by Tom Johnson
Stubble: Who was your grandfather?
Matt: Paul Scharfencamp was my grandpa on my mom’s side of the family. He was a Staff Sergeant in WWII, a civilian pilot, a truck driver, an avid hunter, husband to my Grandma Verna for 42 years, a father of eight children, and a man who enjoyed photography. He passed away in 1989 at the age of 68. I was seven years old.
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