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Help Finnegans with their Kickstarter Campaign – TODAY!
03 September 2014 6:01 AM | No Comments
Finnegans is in the final few days of its Kickstarter campaign and they could really use your help – now. As most of you know… “FINNEGANS is a beer company that believes in giving back, building healthy and sustainable communities through social entrepreneurism and solving […]Read More
Generation NOW Making its Mark at the State Fair
07 August 2014 5:14 AM | No Comments
Last year’s inaugural Generation NOW Leadership Visit (GNLV) trip to Milwaukee, Wisconsin changed my life. I could go on forever about the energy that was generated by the cross-sector connections on the bus or what an inspiration it was to take a celebratory view into […]Read More
Helping Pollinators Close to Home: Our Very Own Yard
29 June 2014 8:16 PM | No Comments
This summer has been huge for some very small creatures: pollinators. On Friday, June 20, President Obama issued a memorandum recognizing the severe losses in number of pollinators, and mandates federal agencies to establish a Pollinator Health Task Force, to be chaired by U.S. Department […]Read More
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Brookdale Mall Archive
Posted on November 28, 2012 | 3 CommentsI’m admitting something that may cause some of my friends to hate and shun me. Others will try to change my mind, citing all the politically correct reasons why Walmart is evil incarnate. I know I’ve crossed a line where some of you can’t and […]
Posted on May 24, 2010 | 6 CommentsThe northern Minneapolis suburbs get a bad rap. I’m proud to say I live in Brooklyn Center in the house my parents built in 1951. Brooklyn Center has always been a working class, blue collar community. It sprung from WWII vets coming home and starting […]