Not too often does my Minnesota United FC fandom cross paths with a course I’m teaching, but last week I ran across a fabulous podcast about a new major league soccer expansion team, Atlanta United. Now, as a Minnesota fan I’m jealous of many things Atlanta United (e.g. their stadium, making the playoffs, their roster). […]
I published an Op-Ed today about Trump’s taxes and charitable giving. I’ll post the intro below. To read in full, please head over to the MinnPost site. Billionaire Warren Buffett has joined the chorus of those calling for Donald Trump to release his tax returns. Buffett even offered the author of “The Art of the […]
The last few weeks have been a bit intense with a delightful vacation to visit family in Alaska, and a much less delightful placing of all my earthly belongings into boxes and then taking them out again a few days later. But, finally, Megan and I feel somewhat settled in Minneapolis. I start my new […]
I recently heard the horrible news about Black Friday. Best Buy is opening stores at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving—and STAYING OPEN through the night to Black Friday, Nov. 29th. Target has yet to announce their hours. For the love of pumpkin pie, Target, please wait to open until actual Black Friday.
This post consists of small ideas, trifling opinions, and middling proposals. In other words, it’s great! And, of course, it’s in 10. Want a cool somewhat churchy job, a large component of which will be focused on facilitating communications (web content management, social media, etc.) re young adults? You should apply to be the Assistant […]