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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Saying Goodbye

Since this is indeed Memorial day, I thought I’d finally pay tribute to a friend that I lost a mere two months ago.  You never know how much importance you place upon a fellow inhabitant of this earth than when that existence is denied to you, or even worse, when you realize that that existence […]

One Hundred And Sixty Years Ago…

Being a recent addition to the local historian scene, I couldn’t resist this one… Fourth Grade Field Trip, Fort Laramie Wyoming, May 25th, 2010.

An Evening With Bob…

Recently I went to see veteran performer Bob Mould in Denver.  Having grown up four hours from Minneapolis where he got his start, if you were in a band, you were influenced by him.  Husker Du, Sugar, and his many solo albums were well known by everyone in the tiny Sioux Falls alternative band bubble.  […]