A controversial DVD delivered to Minnesota lawmakers is raising eyebrows at the Capitol. It’s a 27 minute video making the case against an anti-bullying bill from a group called the Minnesota Child Protection League.
So you think you’re funny? The Upper Midwest Sitcom Writing Competition is open for entries. The contest is looking for original television scripts or pilots from Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota.
Have paint, pesticides, old batteries, computers, VHS players and aerosol cans you want to get rid of?
Minnesota’s Campaign Finance Board dismissed a complaint against the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis and Archbishop John Nienstedt over the distribution last year of a DVD critical of same-sex marriage.
Movie rental giant Netflix just split its company in two.
St. Cloud is recalling a DVD it gave to residents after discovering the disc contained profanity.
After a raucous game of tag, after excited chatter, even with imaginary bubbles in everyone’s mouth, after a squirmy exercise in counting — there was an eerie absence of voices.
The student newspaper at a Roman Catholic prep school in suburban St. Louis has sparked a debate over free speech by defending gay teenagers and criticizing a DVD by Minnesota’s Catholic bishops that denounced same-sex marriage.
In a place where livestock is a big part of the rural fabric, animal rights can be a sensitive subject. It’s one reason a group of students at Eden Valley-Watkins middle school formed a group to discuss the topic.