Wednesday, November 12, 2008

The Melismatics, Hillary Clinton, Mighty Fairly, Lester Park, Victory Ship and the other 'Hef'

I just found out that my hometown, Crosby, Minn., was supposedly the first town in America to elect a communist mayor. How weird is that?!

"The World According to Jim Heffernan" :: Considering that “Hef” has been writing columns for three-and-a-half decades, whittling down more than 1,500 columns to 52 for his new book was the “huge, daunting task” you can probably imagine.

"CD Reviews: Three (More) Albums That Will Restore Your Faith in Recorded Sound" :: Thoroughly enjoyed this week: The Melismatics' “The Acid Test,” Mighty Fairly's “Big Words and Power Chords” and Victory Ship's “Before the Fall.”

"Discover Duluth: Lester Park, Vol. I-III"
:: If you have family visiting from out of town and want to show off Duluth’s natural beauty, Lester Park should be at the top of your to-do list. exclusive!

Finally, some standalone pics for ya: "Veterans' Day in Duluth" and last weekend's cover, "Clinton Push Enough for Franken?"


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