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roseville armory controversy: council aims for homes on site


a dispute in roseville over whether to try and save the city’s former national guard armory is nearing an end.against the wishes of those who wanted to preserve the armory for use as a community center, the city council last week signaled its preference to redevelop the site for low-density housing instead.city officials consulted neighbors, getting what they considered a solid response: 87 comments, online or on paper. among those comments, 69 people said they preferred single-family detached homes on the site, while the community center option drew 44 positive responses, community development chief kari collins told the council.but 29 people declared that no institutional use was suitable — a hint of polarization.many in the area wanted the armory preserved partly because “some of our ol






10 injured in tennessee national guard armory shooting


brownsville, tenn. -- authorities say 10 people in western tennessee were injured in a shooting at a party at a national guard armory.tennessee bureau of investigation spokeswoman susan niland says the shooting in brownsville occurred before midnight friday when a fight broke out at the armory. initial reports indicate that the armory was being used for a high school party, cbs affiliate wreg reports.niland says the victims, including two juveniles and eight adults, were transported to jackson general hospital. two are expected to be transported to the med in memphis with non-life threatening injuries.niland says seven others were treated for injuries and have been released, or are in the process of being released. the scene at the armory has been cleared.the tennessee bureau of investigat






10 s , injured in tennessee at national guard armory


brownsville, tenn. — authorities say 10 people in western tennessee were injured in a shooting at a party at a national guard armory.tennessee bureau of investigation spokeswoman susan niland says the shooting in brownsville occurred before midnight friday when a fight broke out at the armory. authorities believe the facility had been rented out for a party.niland says the victims ranging from juveniles to young adults were transported to jackson general hospital. two are expected to be transported to the med in memphis with non-life threatening injuries.niland says seven others were treated for injuries and have been released, or are in the process of being released. the scene at the armory has been cleared.the tennessee bureau of investigation and the brownsville police department are st






suspect in tennessee armory shooting arrested in detroit


detroit — federal authorities have arrested the man accused of shooting 10 people at a party at a national guard armory in western tennessee.the tennessee bureau of investigation says in a news release that 20-year-old kyanedre benson was arrested monday by u.s. marshals in detroit. the jackson, tennessee, man is being held without bond while he awaits an extradition hearing in wayne county, michigan.benson is facing 10 counts of attempted murder in connection with a shooting that occurred when a fight broke out at the armory in brownsville late friday night.tbi spokeswoman susan niland says two juveniles and eight adults were wounded. none of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening.it was not immediately clear whether benson has an attorney.






arrest in shooting of 10 at national guard armory in tennessee


detroit -- federal authorities have arrested the man accused of shooting 10 people at a party at a national guard armory in western tennessee.the tennessee bureau of investigation says in a news release that 20-year-old kyanedre benson was arrested monday by u.s. marshals in detroit. the jackson, tennessee, man is being held without bond while he awaits an extradition hearing in wayne county, michigan.u.s. marshals tracked him down in the motor city and arrested him without incident, reports cbs memphis, tennessee affiliate wreg-tv.benson is facing 10 counts of attempted murder in connection with a shooting that occurred when a fight broke out at the armory in brownsville late friday night.tbi spokeswoman susan niland says two juveniles and eight adults were wounded. none of the injuries i






shooting at tennessee armory leaves 10 wounded, three still hospitalized


a shooting left 10 people wounded in western tennessee at a party held at a national guard armory and three of the injured remained hospitalized on urday, a spokeswoman for the tennessee bureau of investigation said.no one has been arrested in connection with the friday night shooting in brownsville, between memphis and jackson, susan niland, the spokeswoman, said in an email.a fight erupted shortly before midnight on friday at the armory, which had been rented out for a party, and s s were fired, niland said.eight of the people wounded are adults and two are juveniles, niland said. most were treated and released, but three people were still receiving care on urday at hospitals in memphis and jackson, she added.of the three people still hospitalized, two had non-life threatening injuries,






after retail stalls in cottage grove, new senior living buildings will form a pu


address: southwest corner, hadley avenue and 80th street s., cottage grovetype: independent living, skilled nursing careunits: 132beds: 72developer: presbyterian homes & servicesarchitect: pope architectsdetails: presbyterian homes & services is moving ahead with plans to expand its norris square senior housing facility in cottage grove.the existing apartments, constructed in 2006, were intended as the residential anchor of a larger mixed-use redevelopment effort called norris marketplace, located on a seven-acre parcel just west of the 80th street/hwy. 61 interchange.however, only a liquor store emerged on the retail portion of the site. now roseville-based presbyterian homes, citing increased market demand, is adding two more residential buildings.according to the plans approved






palestinians demand un action over israeli settlement homes


united nations — the palestinian u.n. amb ador is accusing israel of an "extreme barrage of illegal behavior" over the last 10 days and demanding that the u.n. security council take action.riyad mansour says israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu's approval to build 6,000 new homes for settlers is "unprecedented," saying it exceeds the number for all of 2016.he says netanyahu is "destroying the two-state solution by the continuation of this illegal behavior."mansour and the head of the arab group at the u.n. spoke to reporters wednesday after meeting with ukraine's u.n. amb ador, volodymyr yelchenko, the current council president, to protest the action on new settler homes and call for the council to implement the resolution it adopted in december condemning israeli settlements and dema






colorado public radio wins rezoning ok for possible new studios, tower on ruby h


colorado public radio hasn’t settled yet on a plan to relocate its studios from centennial to south denver, but a zoning change approved monday cleared the way for such a move.the city council approved, on a 12-0 vote, the rezoning of a 9.5-acre site at 1601 w. jewell ave., next to ruby hill park. the cl ification will change from single-family residential to planned unit development.that customized zoning was the result after cpr officials met for months with nearby neighborhood ociations to work out stipulations on what the public broadcaster could build as it envisions a potential new headquarters. its tentative plans call for replacing a 400-foot radio tower that provides backup for its fm stations and building a two-story office building of up to 100,000 feet.councilman jolon clark, w






ww2 bomb found on brondesbury park building site


image copyrightlondon fire brigadeimage caption the large bomb, pictured beside a shovel at the site, is understood to be a 500lb (227kg) device an unexploded world war two bomb has been found on a building site in north-west london.the 500lb (227kg) device was discovered in the avenue, brondesbury park, shortly before midday.all homes within a 200m radius and a nearby nursery school were evacuated after police and fire crews were called to the scene.the site will not be made safe until at least friday afternoon, brent council has warned.it has set up a centre for people who are unable to return home.an army bomb disposal team is working to make the bomb safe.image copyrightlondon fire brigadeimage caption pupils from a nursery and a school and local residents have been evacuated image cop






hill-murray blanks roseville to advance to the class 2a, section 4 final


roseville senior captain madison gaffney had the shot on her stick that could have made the raiders’ class 2a, section 4 semifinal matchup with hill-murray a one-goal game late in the third period.but pioneers goalie ava bailey made what her coach bill schafhauser called “the biggest save of the season.” already up 2-0, bailey’s stop sparked two hill-murray goals in 14 seconds and the top-seeded pioneers defeated roseville 4-0 inside aldrich arena. “that was their top scorer and to make that save at that point in the game was just a huge boost,” schafhauser said. that kind of boost was absent in the first period as hill-murray failed to score and went into the locker room 0-0. despite the lack of momentum, it took only 22 seconds in the second half for the pioneers to get on the board. mor






suspect in tennessee armory shooting arrested in detroit


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10 injured in tennessee national guard armory shooting


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debate prompts garfield creator to clarify cat’s gender


garfield’s gender has become the subject of an internet debate.the washington post reports wikipedia locked changes on the animated cat’s page after the site’s volunteer editors battled over whether the animated cat is male or not.the controversy bubbled up two years after garfield creator jim davis told viral content site mental floss that as a cat, garfield is “not really male or female.”davis sought to clear up the controversy this week, telling the post that “garfield is male” and has a girlfriend named arlene. davis’ spokeswoman tells the associated press that he also told the post he likes animals because “they’re not perceived as being any particular gender, race, age or ethnicity” and says the “humor could be enjoyed by a broader demographic.”most read storiesunlimited digital acce






gps act aims to stop warrantless smartphone tracking done with cell-site simulat


bipartisan bill makes warrantless tracking of smartphone users through cell-site simulators illegal.






uk 'must insulate 25 million homes'


media captionspraybot goes under floorboards to insulate homesmore than one home every minute will need to be refurbished in the uk between now and 2050, experts say.a report to parliament says 25 million existing homes will not meet the insulation standards required by mid-century.the uk needs to cut carbon emissions by 80% by then - and a third of those emissions come from heating draughty buildings.the government said it would devise policies as soon as possible.but critics say ministers have been far too slow to impose a national programme of home renovation which would save on bills and improve people's health, comfort and happiness. it would also create thousands of jobs.successive governments have been criticised for failing to tackle the uk's poor housing stock - some of the worst






uk 'must insulate 25 million homes'


image copyrightpaimage caption the uk needs a radical overhaul of existing housing stock if it is to meet emissions targets more than one home every minute will need to be refurbished in the uk between now and 2050, experts say.a report to parliament says 25 million existing homes will not meet the insulation standards required by mid-century.the uk needs to cut carbon emissions by 80% by then - and a third of those emissions come from heating draughty buildings.the government said it would devise policies as soon as possible.but critics say ministers have been far too slow to impose a national programme of home renovation which would save on bills and improve people's health, comfort and happiness. it would also create thousands of jobs.successive governments have been criticised for fail






uk 'must insulate 25 million homes'


image copyrightpaimage caption the uk needs a radical overhaul of existing housing stock if it is to meet emissions targets more than one home every minute will need to be refurbished in the uk between now and 2050, experts say.a report to parliament says 25 million existing homes will not meet the insulation standards required by mid-century.the uk needs to cut carbon emissions by 80% by then - and a third of those emissions come from heating draughty buildings.the government said it would devise policies as soon as possible.but critics say ministers have been far too slow to impose a national programme of home renovation which would save on bills and improve people's health, comfort and happiness. it would also create thousands of jobs.successive governments have been criticised for fail






uk 'must insulate 25 million homes'


media captionspraybot goes under floorboards to insulate homesmore than one home every minute will need to be refurbished in the uk between now and 2050, experts say.a report to parliament says 25 million existing homes will not meet the insulation standards required by mid-century.the uk needs to cut carbon emissions by 80% by then - and a third of those emissions come from heating draughty buildings.the government said it would devise policies as soon as possible.but critics say ministers have been far too slow to impose a national programme of home renovation which would save on bills and improve people's health, comfort and happiness. it would also create thousands of jobs.successive governments have been criticised for failing to tackle the uk's poor housing stock - some of the worst






girls' hockey past metro players of the year


metro players of the year• 1995: jamie degriselles, apple valley• 1996: winny brodt, roseville• 1997: ronda curtin, roseville• 1998: natalie darwitz, eagan• 1999: wendell• 2000: krissy wendell, park center• 2001: renee curtin, rosevilleand jody horak, blaine• 2002: ashley albrecht, south st. paul• 2003: erica mckenzie, hastings• 2004: erica mckenzie, hastings• 2005: maggie fisher, south st. paul• 2006: chelsey jones, stillwater• 2007: katharine chute, blake• 2008: lauren smith, holy angels• 2009: becky kortum, hopkins• 2010: bethany brausen, roseville• 2011: meghan lorence, irondale• 2012: hannah brandt, hill-murray• 2013: dani cameranesi, blake• 2014: sydney baldwin, minnetonka• 2015: taylor williamson, edina• 2016: presley norby, minnetonka• 2017: grace zumwinkle, breck






palestinians demand un action over israeli settlement homes


united nations (ap) — the palestinian u.n. amb ador is accusing israel of an “extreme barrage of illegal behavior” over the last 10 days and demanding that the u.n. security council take action.riyad mansour says israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu’s approval to build 6,000 new homes for settlers is “unprecedented,” saying it exceeds the number for all of 2016.he says netanyahu is “destroying the two-state solution by the continuation of this illegal behavior.”mansour and the head of the arab group at the u.n. spoke to reporters wednesday after meeting with ukraine’s u.n. amb ador, volodymyr yelchenko, the current council president, to protest the action on new settler homes and call for the council to implement the resolution it adopted in december condemning israeli settlements and






5 injured as up to 60 rounds fired outside maplewood nightclub


an argument escalated into gunfire at a maplewood nightclub early saturday, wounding five and sending clubgoers into chaos.thirty to 60 rounds were fired at the stargate bar & nightclub, located in a strip mall on rice street and larpenteur avenue w., police said, stressing that the outcome of the shooting could have been much worse."we believe we got lucky in this situation," maplewood police chief paul schnell said.people were arguing inside the packed nightclub about 1:30 a.m. saturday when gunfire broke out, schnell said. at least one shot was fired inside the club, wounding a man in the leg.maplewood officers stationed across the street then saw clubgoers running from the club and into the parking lot. the shooting continued from the club and into the street, with bullets hitting






5 injured as up to 60 rounds fired outside maplewood nightclub


an argument escalated into gunfire at a maplewood nightclub early saturday, wounding five and sending clubgoers into chaos.thirty to 60 rounds were fired at the stargate bar & nightclub, located in a strip mall on rice street and larpenteur avenue w., police said, stressing that the outcome of the shooting could have been much worse.“we believe we got lucky in this situation,” maplewood police chief paul schnell said.people were arguing inside the packed nightclub about 1:30 a.m. saturday when gunfire broke out, schnell said. at least one shot was fired inside the club, wounding a man in the leg.maplewood officers stationed across the street then saw clubgoers running from the club and into the parking lot. the shooting continued from the club and into the street, with bullets hitting






do good roseville event sought to share perspectives of area black men


on the same day a ramsey county district judge decided a case could move forward against a st. anthony police officer charged in the shooting death of a black man he pulled over in falcon heights, a panel of five black men gathered in nearby roseville to offer their perspective on issues ranging from racism to being stopped by police.the goal, said the organizers of ask a black man, was to share with the public what area residents — a teacher, an engineer, a stay-at-home dad, a probation supervisor and a physician — experience as black men. roy adams, a roseville resident, told the crowd of about 100 gathered this month at autumn grove park that he was eager to participate. so, too, was the audience, which gave the men a standing ovation at the end of the evening.the conversation spanned a






5 injured as up to 60 rounds fired outside maplewood nightclub


an argument escalated into gunfire at a maplewood nightclub early saturday, wounding five and sending clubgoers into chaos, according to maplewood police.thirty to 60 rounds were fired at the stargate bar & nightclub, located in a strip mall on rice street and larpenteur avenue w., and police said the outcome of the shooting could have been much worse.“we believe we got lucky in this situation,” maplewood police chief paul schnell said.a group of people were arguing inside the packed nightclub about 1:30 a.m. saturday, schnell said. at least one shot was fired inside the club, injuring a man in the leg.maplewood officers stationed across the street then saw clubgoers running from the club and into the parking lot. the shooting continued from the club and into the street, with bullets h






5 injured as up to 60 rounds fired outside maplewood nightclub


an argument escalated into gunfire at a maplewood nightclub early saturday, wounding five and sending clubgoers into chaos, according to maplewood police.thirty to 60 rounds were fired at the stargate bar & nightclub, located in a strip mall on rice street and larpenteur avenue w., and police said the outcome of the shooting could have been much worse."we believe we got lucky in this situation," maplewood police chief paul schnell said.a group of people were arguing inside the packed nightclub about 1:30 a.m. saturday, schnell said. at least one shot was fired inside the club, injuring a man in the leg.maplewood officers stationed across the street then saw clubgoers running from the club and into the parking lot. the shooting continued from the club and into the street, with bullets h






standing rock comes to berkeley through work of native american activist – the m


berkeley — in 1999, as emeryville looked to develop a former industrial site along shellmound street, corrina gould was among a group of activists who proposed an alternative vision to the city council.“we asked them to leave it as open space, and a place for ohlone people to come and pray for our ancestors,” said gould, an oakland resident and longtime native american activist. “but this was the dot-com era. there was a big push for gentrification. emeryville said it needed the money, and so they created what was supposed to be a ‘green’ mall.”today, with almost 400,000 square feet of shops, 383 homes, a hotel and a 15-screen cinema, bay street emeryville describes itself as a social hub whose character is “drawn from the rich history of its bayside site as a place where people have gathe






standing rock comes to berkeley through work of native american activist – the m


berkeley — in 1999, as emeryville looked to develop a former industrial site along shellmound street, corrina gould was among a group of activists who proposed an alternative vision to the city council.“we asked them to leave it as open space, and a place for ohlone people to come and pray for our ancestors,” said gould, an oakland resident and longtime native american activist. “but this was the dot-com era. there was a big push for gentrification. emeryville said it needed the money, and so they created what was supposed to be a ‘green’ mall.”today, with almost 400,000 square feet of shops, 383 homes, a hotel and a 15-screen cinema, bay street emeryville describes itself as a social hub whose character is “drawn from the rich history of its bayside site as a place where people have gathe






transcript of 2012 burnsville city council work session


a transcript of comments made at a burnsville city council work session, june 12, 2012, which was presented to the court in the lawsuit:mayor elizabeth kautz: things have changed in burnsville, and we're an older community … we have some challenges, so how are we going to solve that challenge? there are two tools that are available to us, civil fines or fees.council member mary sherry: i'd like to just pick up a little bit about your point about the community changing — it's older, but it's also becoming more ethnically diverse, and it's also having a lot of rental properties … and many of the people who are either purchasing or renting these homes don't really —mayor: they don't know how to take care of the property.council member sherry: well, and they don't — it's not their culture.






good luck finding a less-than-luxury home


budget-conscious house-hunters are facing a dilemma beyond higher mortgage rates. inventory has shifted in favor of luxury homes, which makes it harder to find housing in the starter and mid-tier price brackets. “premium” homes accounted for more than half of the property market last year, according to real estate site trulia. the company defines premium homes as those in the top one-third of the most expensive in their metropolitan areas. in early 2012, about 44 percent of for-sale homes ranked as premium, by comparison.playvideomoneywatchthe 10 hottest u.s. real estate markets in 2017 the cities forecast to have the fastest home price appreciation may surprise you, as some major u.s. areas lag the shift toward luxury homes for sale is coming at the expense of both starter homes (the bott






council apology over trees planted on football pitch


a council has apologised after trees were planted on a football pitch.the trees appeared at the pitch at logie durno in aberdeenshire, sparking social media reaction.aberdeenshire council was contacted, and the local authority said the intention was to turn over part of the area for "biodiversity" - but talks would now be held with the community.a spokeswoman said: "it would seem that we were barking up the wrong tree with plans for this site."council apology over trees planted on football pitch






roseville man wanted, charged in woman's drug death is arrested in circle pines


the roseville man accused of providing a mixture of heroin, methamphetamine and fentanyl to a woman who died of an overdose was found and arrested friday.victor w. lynch, 50, was charged tuesday via arrest warrant in ramsey county district court with two counts of third-degree murder in the death of trina maurstad, 28, of white bear lake.roseville police had issued a plea tuesday for the public’s help in locating him.just before 3:30 p.m. friday, authorities from centennial lakes, fridley and ramsey county sheriff’s apprehension unit arrested lynch in circle pines.according to authorities, the centennial lakes police department received a call about a disturbance at 33 village parkway. officers believed that lynch was hiding at the residence.the people inside the home confirmed that lynch






mattamy will close its homebuilding unit in twin cities


mattamy homes, the largest privately held homebuilder in north america, is packing it up in the twin cities.the toronto-based company, which has had operations in the twin cities since 2003, is selling the bulk of its holdings here to calatlantic homes and m/i homes, inc., which already have a presence in this market.in 2015, mattamy built 295 units worth $109 million, making it the fifth-largest builder in the twin cities, according to the latest annual survey by the builders association of the twin cities.peter gilgan, founder and chief executive of mattamy homes said in a statement wednesday that minnesota was mattamy’s first expansion outside the toronto area to produce solid results for the company. but he added but the region is no longer a good fit.“calatlantic homes and m/i homes b






roseville care worker flees state, accused of ripping off $13k-plus from 6 resid


police are looking in other states for a former employee at a roseville assisted-living facility accused of making more than $11,300 in charges on one resident’s credit card and ripping off several other residents by forging checks and misusing a credit card.lt. lorne rosand of the roseville police department said police believe the former employee at eaglecrest senior housing fled minnesota and is responsible for the illegal use of credit cards belonging to two residents and the forging of checks belonging to four others.authorities estimate the total losses at more than $13,600.a separate investigation by the state health department concluded one resident had more than $11,300 in unauthorized credit card charges made by the suspect.the many suspicious charges on the one resident’s accoun






union pacific halts train service through areas affected by oroville dam evacuat


union pacific has stopped train service through cities affected by the oroville dam emergency. the railroad said it is unable to run trains and provide service between roseville, chico and oroville due to the risk of flooding. trains approaching roseville are being rerouted. “we are watching the situation closely to determine if trains will need to be rerouted around the closures,” the railroad said. customers in the affected area could experience shipment delays for 48 hours or more. the oroville dam emergency could also affect train traffic between oregon, washington state and southern california, the railroad said. trains were out of service between oroville and winnemucca, nev., after sections of the tracks were washed out due to recent rains and flooding. “at union pacific, safe






authorities seek public's help finding roseville man charged in woman's fatal dr


a roseville man was charged tuesday with murder for allegedly providing a mixture of heroin, methamphetamine and fentanyl to a woman who died of an overdose.victor w. lynch, 50, was charged in ramsey county district court with two counts of third-degree murder in the death of trina maurstad, 20, of white bear lake.lynch was charged via arrest warrant, and remains at large. roseville police issued a plea tuesday for the public’s help in locating him.authorities described lynch as a white male, 5-foot-10, 218 pounds, bald and with hazel eyes. he does not have a permanent address. roseville police urged anyone with information about his whereabouts not to approach him, and instead to call 911.according to the criminal complaint filed against lynch: police were called at 10:11 p.m. oct. 10 to






spacex aims to boost launch rate with completion of new pad


spacex aims to boost the launch rate of its falcon 9 rockets considerably after its new pad at nasa's kennedy space center (ksc) comes online next week, reuters has reported.






police escort congressman after rowdy california town hall


roseville, calif. — congressman tom mcclintock, a republican from california, faced a rowdy crowd at a packed town hall meeting in northern california, and had to be escorted by police as a crowd followed him shouting, "shame on you!"the sacramento bee reports (http://bit.ly/2k8fqhq) that mcclintock was constantly interrupted and booed as he defended his party's national agenda during the hourlong event urday in roseville, the population center of his sprawling congressional district.in a video on the newspaper's website, hundreds of protesters stood outside chanting "vote him out," while those inside the theater held signs that read "resist," ''dump tom mctrump," and "climate change is real."mcclintock left the theater with police escort and waded through a crowd who followed him chanting






emma watson responds to vanity fair photo controversy


after emma watson posed in a see-through top for the cover of this month's vanity fair magazine, she was accused by some of being anti-feminist. the actress said she was "confused" by the controversy.






emma watson responds to vanity fair photo controversy


after emma watson posed for this month's vanity fair magazine, she was accused by some of being anti-feminist. the actress said she was "confused" by the controversy.






university avenue project finally gets green light


well wishers greeted owner-developers jaime and elizabeth wong with hugs and handshakes on monday after their mixed-use project on university avenue surmounted years of opposition and got approval from enough palo alto council members to go forward.the city council voted 5-3 late monday night to approve a design option for 429 university ave. that council members who voted “yes” say is least obtrusive to kipling street residents at the apex of a commercial and residential area with opposing interests.council members karen holman, tom dubois and lydia kou voted no. councilwoman liz kniss was absent.the council opted for a plan allowing a 28,547-square-foot project with three residential dwelling units and 34 parking spaces.the project also includes retail on the ground floor, office space a






homelessness property tax: monolithic politics


mayor ed murray and the seattle city council are systematically ignoring the plight of not just the middle class but specifically senior homeowners who are trying to remain in their homes while living on fixed incomes and facing relentless tax increases. murray and council members seem completely indifferent to the reality of seniors being gradually taxed out of their homes.second, and more insidiously, we are witnessing in seattle the dangerous consequences of monolithic politics. when all levels of government think alike, productive dialogue ceases and political bankruptcy ensues.murray’s request for more money without providing one iota of a plan to actually solve homelessness exemplifies his myopic approach to government and his cynical assumption that seattle’s citizens will approve t






twin cities area book events jan. 5-12


janet decaster perrin: "dog tales and pup parables." 2 p.m. today. barnes & noble, har mar mall, [email protected]: a discussion of f. scott fitzgerald's work. 4 p.m. today. common good books, 38 s. snelling av., st. paul.russell rathbun: "the great wall of china and the salton sea." 7 p.m. tue. magers & quinn, 3038 hennepin av. s., mpls.brian freeman: "spilled blood." 6:30 p.m. wed. northtown library, 711 ne. county road 10, blaine.benjamin percy: "thrill me: essays on fiction." 7 p.m. wed. hamline- midway library, 1558 w. minnehaha av., st. paul.jim walsh: "gold experience: following prince in the '90s." 7 p.m. wed. magers & quinn, 3038 hennepin av. s., mpls.michael tisserand: "krazy: george herriman, a life in black and white." 7 p.m. thu. magers & quinn, mpls.sop






morning forecast: cloudy, with chance of flurries


vice president mike pence took the stage at the anti-abortion march for life rally in washington, dc on friday. he declared that "life is winning again" following the election of donald trump.