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New Year's Day/Michael Bleach

April 1, 2014 I've never quite grasped the appeal of New Years resolutions. more »»

Everybody hurts, even the Tigers/The Red Line

March 28, 2014 R.E.M. sang "Everybody Hurts" and it had nothing to do with the Detroit Tigers. It would make for good advice for their fans, to. more »»

A night to remember

March 26, 2014 It happened so long ago that state historians apparently forgot it, or were never appraised of it. more »»

It happens every spring/The Red Line

March 20, 2014 Back in the day, Ernie Harwell devoted a chapter in one of his books to the things that happen every spring, most of them mundane occurences like foreign relievers having visa problems. more »»

Statistics can reveal much/Paul Peterson

March 19, 2014 It's been said that statistics are for losers. more »»

Bleach's billion-dollar bracket/Michael Bleach

March 18, 2014 Normally in the View From the Bleachers slot, I'd like to think no one takes themselves too seriously. more »»

From Uncle Brandon to little Harper/The Red Line

March 13, 2014 Dear Harper: If you're anything like me, and genetically you should be at least a little like me, you'll probably get bored some years from now and try to figure out what the world was like on the... more »»

A promise worth keeping/Paul Peterson

March 12, 2014 In all honesty, it was a promise I felt would never have to keep. more »»

Some have all the luck/Michael Bleach

March 11, 2014 Coaches, no matter the sport, are an easy group to poke fun at. more »»

Some have all the luck/Michael Bleach

March 11, 2014 Coaches, no matter the sport, are an easy group to poke fun at. more »»

The thrill and agony of March/Paul Peterson

March 5, 2014 It's been called March Madness for as long as I can remember. And that's an apt term to describe this time of the year when high school basketball and hockey teams start postseason play. more »»

An honor just to be nominated/Michael Bleach

March 4, 2014 The red carpet season has come and gone, complete with Jennifer Lawrence's now-annual pratfall into the plush crimson swag. Oscars were handed out, some deserved, some not so much. more »»

California dreamin' on a winter day/Paul Peterson

February 26, 2014 As winters go, the current one has been a record-setter in many ways. There's been the string of more than 73 straight days below freezing. Numerous snow days for local schools and universities. more »»

Sochi: Why we watched/Michael Bleach

February 25, 2014 The curling, boarding, biathloning, triple-axeling two weeks of jingoism has come to an end. No more cringe-inducing Bode Miller interviews. No more hating on Canadian hockey, eh. more »»

A thrilling Finnish/The Red Line

February 20, 2014 Google Translate tells me "Uskotko ihmeisiin?" is Finnish for "Do you believe in miracles?" After Wednesday's quarterfinal win, a more appropriate equivalent would be "Uskotko epätodennäköistä... more »»

‘64 Vikings thrived on the basics/Paul Peterson

February 19, 2014 Within the next week or so, Baraga High School will honor the 1964 BHS boys basketball team. more »»

WCHA a work of art/Michael Bleach

February 18, 2014 I was struck with a familiar feeling this weekend. It is a particular, specific feeling. more »»

Russian to judgement/The Red Line

February 13, 2014 My feelings on the first half-week of the 22nd Olympic Winter Games can best be summarized with a statement made by Charlestown Chiefs general manager Joe McGrath in the first intermission of their... more »»

Crowd goes wild for Sochi curling?/Paul Peterson

February 12, 2014 Just when I thought I had seen or read it all, the latest shocker came out of the Sochi Olympics this week. more »»

Armga shows his class/Michael Bleach

February 11, 2014 Let's play a quick game of Guess The Philosopher. “If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals. more »»



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