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Introducing “antisocial media” for those sick of viral content

Tired of social media? Or, more specifically, tired of the "likes" and "shares" and the incessant need to cater to everyone and everything whenever something is posted online? Social media is meant to be shared....

Barack Obama is just another dad in new Netflix interview

President Barack Obama left office in January of 2017, almost exactly one year ago. Since then, he has been living a life of comparative leisure; spending time with friends like Richard Branson (and Richard...

America’s favorite, and least favorite, social media platforms

A poll conducted online by Harris between 12/19 and 12/21 of last year surveyed 2,160 adults in the U.S. to find out which social media platforms are the most loved, and most hated. Note: The...

“Raw” water is now trending. But is it safe?

The water movement Over the past few years, companies across the United States have begun a "clean" drinking water movement by selling a variety of bottled waters. These include: Non-chlorinated, fluoride-free, and mineral electrolyte alkaline...

Watch: A Komodo dragon eats a whole monkey and reminds us why we live...

Reddit's infamous thread (for the less-than-squeamish), r/WTF, covers, fairly broadly, the things that make you go WTF! while completely unable to look away. Last week, the thread gave its top-views honor to the video of...

Heroes Among Us

When we look back at 2017, we look back at a year of uncertainty; a year where many of the things that seemed tried-and-true about the state of our society became a little hazy. One...

Lowertown First Fridays are no more

Lowertown First Fridays, a monthly art crawl that allowed the public an intimate look at St. Paul's premier arts community, like a smaller version of the massive, bi-annual St. Paul Art Crawl but keeping...

Cargill Survey: Sustainable Seafood Matters

Many of us (most?) love seafood. Even in landlocked Minnesota the ocean's bounty makes a strong case for its place at the dinner table, and we all know someone that hits Red Lobster every...

You can now text to 911 in an emergency

You are now able to text 911 in an emergency with Minnesota’s new Text-to-911 program. This past month Minnesota officials implemented technology for 911 dispatchers to receive and send texts. Hopefully you will never...

The driverless bus has arrived in Minnesota to test our unforgiving winters

The days of road rage over that SUV cutting you off, or misinterpreting between the gentle-versus-aggressive honk, may soon be over as Minnesota speeds toward the world of self-driving vehicles. Well, maybe not exactly...
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