Sambazina (Audio slideshow)
Out with the old: Where do old printing presses go to die? (Audio slideshow)
In the next two months 2,000 printing companies across America will probably close. These companies print anything from annual reports and business cards, to wedding invitations and postcards. When a printing plant closes it leaves behind a slew of printing presses and other machinery. And some one has to do something with those machines.
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The son and grandson of migrant workers, father of four children, youth worker for various Boys and Girls Clubs, and executive director of WSCO for the past five years, Carlos definitely is, and has been in his 36 years, “a little all over the place.”
Hendricks, Minnesota, which bills itself as “the perfect place to raise children” is also a nearly-perfect place for Norwegians.
The Portable People Meter (Audio)
A new way of tracking radio ratings is hitting the world of radio and advertising. After years of vetting, the Portable People Meter is finally here. But what’s the difference between the new and old method of monitoring our listening habits, how does it change the ratings game, and how will advertisers use the new information?
Tetra Constantino talks LRT (Video)
Business owner Tetra Constantino speaks with the Twin Cities Daily Planet about his opposition to plans for the Light Rail Central Corridor. Constantino owns Elsa’s House of Sleep on University Avenue in St. Paul.