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Night shots of St. Paul

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I was out with a few photog buddies last night and before we started in on the barley pops, we took a few pictures.

Taken in Rice Park looking at the Landmark Center.


Just a view from a hill over looking the frigid city.


Mickey's Diner


Where the decision makers dwell.


A different view of the Capitol.


Thats all I've got, besides frostbiten ears. shocked.gif

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Beautiful as usual, Buzz. If you ever want to move to Worthington and work as a photographer for the Globe, I'll recommend you in a heartbeat grin.gif

Boilerguy said you wanted a copy of the paper that had the article from you guys came down to Avoca. I need an address to send it to. Can you email it to me? Check the dglobe.com HSOforum for my work address.

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Hey Buzz, that's not a bad offer. Jim Brandenburg got his start at that very paper, if memory serves. grin.gif

Nice work, too, by the way, Buzz. Somehow, I think the Globe doesn't pay as well as what Buzz makes, but I'm just guessing.

Mrs. Boilerman, what's your job at the Globe?

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I'm a crime and courts reporter - ignore boilerguy. I never nag grin.gif Wow, I almost typed that with a straight face, lol.

Brandenberg did start out here, as well as a few other awesome photographers and writers. We're kind of to journalism what the Twins are to baseball - training grounds until you are worth the big bucks.

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Interesting, Mrs. B. One of my gigs at the Grand Forks Herald was as a crops, courts and crime reporter for several years, as well as being a region editor. Went to the Duluth News Tribune from there as city editor supervising reporters, including the crime guys. Not such a fun world, though rich with drama and stories, and it was nice to break away from it and move to Ely.

Crime doesn't pay when you're a criminal, but it keeps crime reporters in green. Although, of course, not much green. grin.gif

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I love the crime beat, but it does tend to make a person a little twitchy at times. But you know what they say about reporters...we are all just gossips that can write grin.gif

All things considered, I'd rather be with my guy up on Winnie right now instead of avoiding working on a story about bad checks and trying to track down a judge. Sigh.

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But you know what they say about reporters...we are all just gossips that can write

Shouldn't that be "gossips WHO can write?" grin.gif

Sorry, once an editor always an a$$hole, as we reporters used to say among ourselves.

And you're right about judges. Of all the folks I had to talk to, they were the least likely to return calls.

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