An important week awaits here in Sconz City. Move-out day is next Saturday. Hippie Christmas will be that night and the following day(s) depending on whether it rains. Move-in day for most tenants will be the 15th. With all seriousness, does anybody have a pickup truck I could borrow for an hour? Honestly, if you do, please send me an email.
Kristin Czubkowski: What the hell is going on in the city this week.
I remember going to a dermatologist right after the start of the recession and the assistant giving me a big discount on an appointment, citing the economy. Apparently that is not a trend in Milwaukee.
State teacher salaries and benefits take a hit.
That's funny. When I first saw the legislature had set up a study group on nanotechnology, I figured that was to look at potential investment. Apparently it's just to respond to potential environmental and health risks of nanotech. Weird.
The open letter the Badger Herald sent incoming freshmen.
Check out Joe Tarr's story on prostitution in Madison. This is what journalism is all about.
Luckily, the Green Bay Press Gazette editorializes for "a balance between public and private information."
Part-timers at MATC are taking the college to court.
Wood chips may not be the answer for the Charter Street Plant.
La Crosse bishop takes over in wake of scandal about child pornography in the parish.
"The study found that mosques, religious bookstores and other communal associations that bring Muslim-Americans together helps prevent radicalization." Not that such a finding will matter to the nutjobs.
That includes Newt Gingrich, according to Steve Schwerber, at Letters in Bottles.
This of course brings me to another piece of weeks-old news: No members of the Wisconsin Congressional Delegation are joining Michele Bachmann's Tea Party caucus in the House.
Poor Jeff Plale, says Bill Christopherson.