Tag: Travel


Gold Medal Flour

Here’s an obligatory “I went to the Guthrie Theater” photo of the Gold Medal Flour sign. Seriously, check out this season’s production of ‘A Christmas Carol’. Minneapolis, Minnesota. November 26, 2016

Massive Blizzard to Hit Minnesota

I asked Frankie (via Twitter) what we could expect from tomorrow’s Minnesota winter storm. Here’s what he posted. The Grand Rapids shout outs were a surprisingly nice touch.

Seriously, Frankie’s story is inspiring. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankie_MacDonald

Today’s Milestone – The Twins Won the World Series?

That time (ok this morning) when you mention to your colleagues that you were in the stands when Jack Morris pitched an epic Game 7, 10 inning shutout win for the Twins – and these folks look at you kindly, not knowing of what you speak because they were likely 3 years of age at that time.

Breaking Bread is a Wonderful Thing

This was an extraordinary episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. I like to imagine that if my father and I had more time, we too would be eating Bun Cha in Hanoi – talking about his time in Vietnam during the war and how peace with your former enemy is a wonderful thing.

Source: Hanoi – Parts Unknown | Medium

The Region Where The Most Creative Americans Live

The North-South Creative Divide_2014The “creative class,” a term coined by urbanist author Richard Florida, describes a vast group of American workers who implement some amount of ingenuity into their everyday tasks. Whether that’s coming up with brand new ideas or rethinking outdated ones, professions in the arts—and less obvious ones like science and technology—all draw upon creative thinking to evolve and thrive.

Source: The Region Where The Most Creative Americans Live Might Surprise You | GOOD