It’s the kind of November where the downtown workers shed their coats, and the Uptown dogs frolic in the sunshine.
Besides the mashed potatoes and stuffing – Thanksgiving also served up some snow and cold.
When temperatures climbed to just below 60 degrees Monday, one might have forgotten it was the middle of November.
Steve Walsh wears his mustache well, and he should. He’s had a November mo for a few years now. “My dad had prostate cancer, and he was diagnosed with that in 2005,” Walsh said.
What started out as a Saturday of rain and hail turned into the kind of weather we dream about this time of year.
No, it’s not a mustache-only gang (although that’d be a sweet clique to be in). And it’s not Burt Reynolds look-alike month. Well, at least not intentionally.
A lot of Minnesota golfers get through the winter by circling April on the calendar. This season, however, they got a pleasant surprise.
If absentee ballots are any indication, there’s a great deal of voter interest in this year’s election.
The scruffy look is in across the country — at least for the month of November. “Movember” is officially in full swing.
The NHL has canceled all its games through the end of November because of the labor dispute between owners and players.
Hamline University’s faculty has voted Wednesday to oppose the marriage amendment, which would change Minnesota’s constitution to define marriage as between a man and woman.
He won’t be on the ballot this November, but Jesse Ventura might run for office in 2016.
The Freedom to Marry campaign is releasing its first ad against the November marriage amendment.
One week from today, Minnesota voters go to the polls in a primary election to narrow the list of candidates for the November campaigns.
Top Minnesota lawmakers have approved an $18,000 legal expense in a fight to preserve a constitutional amendment that would require voters to show a photo ID at the polls.