Monthly Archives: May 2010
This lady was on the tour of the new science center guided by Dave Van Wylen. Never caught her name or her class but then she’s a classy lady in her own right.
Dave is a biology professor at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. Dave’s current research “is directed at understanding [the] role of adenosine in myocardial protection.” According to Wikipedia, adenosine can be quite beneficial to certain tachycardia victims but since … Continue reading
At the Cinco de Mayo Fiesta, a troop of dancers came through who were just stunning — they the feathers and the dancing.…I don’t know if they were in the vein of the Mayan or maybe the Aztec (my bad, … Continue reading
It’s an old story, politicians kissing babies — but Mark came by this baby honestly, she’s his daughter. I’ve know Mark for several years now since we worked on a campaign together. When I first met him, he was with … Continue reading
This young lady was having so much fun marching in the Cinco de Mayo parade. She was going back and forth across the street greeting people. I think she was one of the queens of the event.
I’ve known John since we were baby lawyers and campaign newbies. He has been for the past several years the City Attorney for the City of St. Paul. During his tenure, the Republican National Convention took over the city and … Continue reading
From the Cinco de Mayo Fiesta. I suppose fear is one of the great motivators for us humans.…
Back in my college days, I walked into the Lion’s Pause (the old Pause in the now demolished Yitterboe Hall) and Mike Salovich was playing guitar. He wasn’t just playing, he was playing all this Leo Kottke–like stuff. I said … Continue reading
Matthew Zimmerman is an artist, one of Minnesota’s best sound engineers. He owns a small but impressive studio (and lots of great gear) in Northeast Minneapolis called Wild Sound. Matthew has worked with a variety of artists and is known, … Continue reading