Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Blast from the Past II

[“Tommy” Obert and Lenore Crouse in 1957, prior to Title IX.] [Super Fans in 2010, delighted to be enjoying the fruits of Title IX.] From Bruce Olson [June 26, 2008] on his daughter:  Here is Ahna (Alex ’06 hockey alum) … Continue reading

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A Blast from the Past I

In an effort to ward off the angst of yet another washed out weekend, blog staff decided to wade into the archives – back to the early years of Superfandom. From 2008 on . . . the top photo, again, … Continue reading

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Photos and Videos

 . . . you should see, just because they were taken by moi.  [Full moon rising over beautiful Lake Darling, May 16.] Last night at Sixth Avenue Wine & Ale, the Salty Dogs (Erik Schultz on guitar, Bill Riggs on … Continue reading

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Ode to the Trumm Sisters

[Editor’s note: To the young ladies holding the sign above – not to worry, I recently went to Cowing-Robards and ordered more Trumms. Yesterday morning at the “Y” I rifled in 31 consecutive free throws. That is the 2nd time … Continue reading

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What, Another Author?

[Editor’s note: Recognizing this began as a site to cover Cardinal athletics, it has sadly regressed to include such as vacation trips, wining and dining, music, plays, and . . . books. All things that hold at least partial interest … Continue reading

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“Me and Mrs. Berns”

We finally got a chance to meet Jess Lourey yesterday. She was doing a book signing at Cherry Street Books. Jess, of course, is incredibly famous as the creator of Mrs. Berns.  OK, Mira James is THE protagonist in her … Continue reading

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“Hallelujah”

[Happy Mother’s Day!] This was going to be an ode to girls’ softball. Well, it still is – to a degree. The Cards were hosting their own invite tournament. Minneapolis Southwest, Maple Grove, and Eden Prairie were the guests. And … Continue reading

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