From Bemidji To Worthington: Photobomb Edition

In September, I visited a town I lived in for two years before I ventured to the north. It was a long drive from Bemidji to Worthington, but it was worth it. I visited my old haunts and my former newspaper, The Daily Globe (both the Bemidji Pioneer and the Daily Globe are owned by…
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Video Stores

Video stores are being knocked down faster than Sonny Liston in his second match with Ali. Brutally and swiftly. Recently, Blockbuster announced it is closing 300 stores and its mail service options for DVDs. It apparently couldn’t compete with the streaming video Goliath, Netflix. Four of five of the Blockbusters here in Minnesota are closing,…
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‘Breaking Bad’ Meets Its End

NOTE: This post will contain spoilers to the series finale. Honestly, it will be pretty much nothing but spoilers. I’ve enjoyed every season of “Breaking Bad.” I remember my initial reaction to the show. “So, ‘Malcolm in the Middle’s’ dad cooks meth,” was the first thing that popped into my head when I first began…
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The Devil And David Lynch

Growing up, there was a television show my father and I watched that featured a little person who spoke backward; a serial killer who looked like a hippie who possessed people from beyond and an unsolved murder of a small town’s homecoming queen. “Twin Peaks” was a show that changed my life, but not necessarily…
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A New Start For ‘Arrested Development’

To bring back an iconic TV show like “Arrested Development” could not have been an easy task. But we fans have been demanding it for seven years. The show’s creator and the actors have been hinting at the return for just as long. What felt like an ongoing cruel joke of hints and innuendos by…
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