Wolfgang Puck! Wolfgang Puck! Wolfgang Puck!!!
Alright already! We already mentioned the PiPress interview, and now the Strib adds their own with such investigative zingers as “If a movie were made on your life, who would you choose to play you?” (What, not Tom Hulce?) And WCCO has two pieces: cooking with Bill Carlson and cooking with Jeanette Trompeter. And Kare 11 too. And… well, we’re tired of looking for links.
Forget sweeps week. Hell, forget TV altogether — Manhattan-based videoblog Rocketboom is more entertaining in three minutes than most anything on the boob tube. Of course, I’m biased. Today marks my debut as their Minneapolis field correspondent, having too much fun at last weekend’s Living Green Expo.
Wear It, says the Strib, is a new men’s clothing boutique in St. Paul (1326 Grand) that sells not only contemporary fashions, but fashions made by local designers. A godsend to some, I’m sure. I complain about not having enough shops for women, but the guys really have it rough. With only a handful of stores in town, you trendier fellas must run a pretty high risk of “Oh, no he didn’t!” incidents at the club.
Some people are taking the moral high ground over KSTP’s use of reporter Kristin Stinar’s ovarian cancer story during sweeps week. But if you actually sit down and watch the video of a touching segment of Kristin telling her painful story…. Ha-ha, gotcha again. In reality, hearing lines like “Ovarian cancer doesn’t shout, it whispers” could get you so depressed that you run to the MN Gothling Forum for comfort. Big surprise though: ratings were good.
We don’t know what you were doing around 5 p.m. yesterday, but if you were a better person, you would most assuredly be listening to one of the five award-winning programs on KFAI. (Good golly, who says the alt-press lacks a sense of humor? All five? That’s. Funny. People.) In reality, you were probably listening to The Current, where you heard a poseur voice talking about a new website called MNspeak… wait, that’s us! If you want to hear Mary Lucia interview me, here’s an MP3 (don’t you dare fileshare that!). But of course you don’t care about us — you want to know what Mary Lucia is like IRL. Here’s all I’ll say: taller than you’d guess. Now that we’ve helped you, please repay the favor by helping us find KFAI on the dial.