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309 4th Street Northeast
Staples , MN 56479
(218) 894-1910
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A final look back at the highs and lows of the 2012 Grammy Awards - NOLA.com

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Brown, Lil Wayne and the Foo Fighters. The participation of Wayne and the Foos were utterly useless. Paging GQ: Dave Grohl wore a Slayer T-shirt while fronting the Foo Fighters in a tent outside the Staples Center. But before he ascended the main stage to accept an award, he slipped a sport coat over the shirt. Tweet I wish I’d tweeted: Colleague Jeff Duncan noted the incongruity of Grohl pledging allegiance to live vocals and instruments one minute, then performing with deadmau5 and Guetta -- deejays who traffic in machine-made sounds -- the next. Best I-can’t-believe-we-lost-to-this-far-less-attractive-person look: The glum members of The Band Perry, after Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon – who looked like an especially schleppy high school principal, and was just as awkward – was the surprise best new artist winner. New Orleans in the house: Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band opened the telecast with “We Take Care of Our Own,” which travels “from the shotgun shack to the Superdome.” Benny Spellman turned up in the obituaries. Dave Bartholomew was acknowledged as a recipient of the Trustees Award, given to influential non-performers; Fats Domino’s “Walking to New Orleans,” produced by Bartholomew, played in the background. Allen Toussaint made money off Blake Shelton’s weak stab at “Southern Nights,” a Toussaint composition, during a Glen Campbell tribute. By contrast, The Band Perry fully inhabited “Gentle on My Mind” during that same tribute. From the Staples Center to the Fair Grounds: The Grammys previewed the 2012 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell. The E Street Band, the Foo Fighters, the Beach Boys, the Eagles’ Joe Walsh, Bonnie Raitt and Bon Iver all factored in the broadcast, and all are bound for Jazz Fest. Even Jazz Fest producer Quint Davis, a buddy of Grammy telecast producer Ken Ehrlich, appeared briefly in an audience shot. Wouldn’t it be nice… ...if the Beach Boys rehearsed more before kicking off their 50th anniversary tour at Jazz Fest? The barely-there Brian Wilson and Mike Love demonstrated why the Beach Boys are considered a far better studio than live band. Maroon 5’s cover of “Surfer Girl” and even Foster the People’s “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” were more engaging than the actual Boys’ “Good Vibrations.” More lead guitarists are sometimes less: It surely looked good on paper: Close the show with McCartney, his band, and guest guitarists Springsteen, Walsh and Grohl. Springsteen’s pained smile said it all: Why on earth did I agree to this? ...

TV Linkzilla Daily: Westminster dog show, Rebirth's Grammy win, John Besh on ... - NOLA.com

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Bartholomew, played in the background. Allen Toussaint made money off Blake Shelton’s weak stab at “Southern Nights,” a Toussaint composition, during a Glen Campbell tribute. And: From the Staples Center to the Fair Grounds: The Grammys previewed the 2012 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell. The E Street Band, the Foo Fighters, the Beach Boys, the Eagles’ Joe Walsh, Bonnie Raitt and Bon Iver all factored in the broadcast, and all are bound for Jazz Fest. Even Jazz Fest producer Quint Davis, a buddy of Grammy telecast producer Ken Ehrlich, appeared briefly in an audience shot. The Grammy website has a halting video of Bartholomew’s family, including “Treme” actor Don B., accepting his award. Here’s video of E Street Band member and actor Steven Van Zandt discussing “We Take Care of Our Own.” The Grammy Awards telecast got its second highest audience ever, averaging 39.9 million viewers. According to Gary Levin @ USAToday.com, the 1984 show, in which Michael Jackson dominated the evening thanks to "Thriller," had an audience of 51.7 million. TV tweet of the day so far, “Treme” edition:Edward Branley (@YatPundit): The Theophile L. Elie Marching Band, under the direction of Antoine Batiste, is marching in Carrollton! TV Monday See above, plus: “BET Honors 2012” rolls at 8 p.m. And the documentary “Slavery By Another Name” airs at 9 p.m. on WYES. A preview of the documentary: Watch The Purpose of Terrorism on PBS. See more from a class="c6" hre...

Joyce Paulson Staples ? Greenville, S.C.

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Joyce Paulson Staples, 94, was peacefully taken to heaven Dec. 8, 2011, in Greenville, S.C., in the home she had shared with her daughter and husband, Beth (Staples) and Warren French, since she left Austin in 2002.Daughter of Matilda (Jensen) Paulson and William G. Paulson, she grew up on their family farm in Blooming Prairie, where she was born on June 23, 1917. She was a graduate of Blooming Prairie High Sch... (Post Bulletin)

Blake Griffin Will Dunk On Your Face - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
Currently working on a science-fiction adaptation of “The Count of Monte Cristo” (yes, really), Sabelhaus isn’t at all disappointed with how his life has turned out, telling Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples that the experience prepared him for the constant Hollywood grind. Of course, recruiting has changed since he came of age. Back then, his top ranking was determined by a few magazines, rather than the consensus of a dedicated national media that wouldn’t necessarily make such a designation so haphazardly. “It’s difficult to project what might have happened had Sabelhaus grown up in the current age of non-stop recruiting coverage. He might have become a bigger celebrity, and thus a bigger bust,” Staples writes. “Or, the intensity of the attention might have made it obvious to all even before National Signing Day a href="http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/andy_staples/01/30/bobby-sabelhaus/index.html" target="_bla...

Obituary for Mary Dillard

Fri, Dec 2, 2011
Mary Lottie Dillard, 87, died Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011 in Waukegan, Ill.Survivors include her daughter, Denise Staples, Waukegan, Ill.; sister, Lola Barnes, LaGrange, Ga.; brothers, Monroe (Minnie) Adams and Herbert (Cora) Adams; brother-in-law, Charlie L. Jackson, Chattanooga.Funeral services will be held at noon on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011 at Second Missionary Baptist Church, located at 2305 E. Third Street. The body will lie in state one hour prior to service at the church. Interment in Lakewood East.Arra... (Chattanooga Press)

That big Catholic Family Circus - GetReligion

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
The ghost-like “Ida Know” and “Not Me” who deferred blame for household accidents were staples of the strip. The family’s pets were dogs Barfy and Sam, and the cat, Kittycat. “We are, in the comics, the last frontier of good, wholesome family humor and entertainment,” Keane said. “On radio and television, magazines and the movies, you can’t tell what you’re going to get. When you look at the comic page, you can usually depend on something acceptable by the entire family.” Jeff Keane shared the sentiment, saying “Family Circus” had flourished through the decades because readers continue to relate to its values of family moments. And so forth and so on. However, Keane fans who were willing to search out other more “conservative” news outlets were able to read more about the roots of (a) those large family values and (b) all of the cartoon panels featuring stained-glass windows, pastors, prayers and other unusual elements, in the context of American newspaper humor. Keane was, simply stated, a faithful, practicing Roman Catholic. While others ignored this fact, Catholic News Service put it right in the lede, as you would expect: Bil Keane, the Catholic cartoonist who originated the comic strip “The Family Circus” more than 50 years ago, died Nov. 8 at age 89 in Paradise Valley, Ariz., near Phoenix. The cause of death was given as congestive heart failure. Later in that same story, Keane himself notes: The comic also is known for its occasional religious themes. While the worship depicted in “The Family Circus” is of a generic Christian nature, Keane told St. Anthony Messenger it came from the family’s long connection to the Catholic Church. “I draw out of my lifestyle,” Bil said. “I grew up Catholic, my kids grew up Catholic.” Did secular journalists, writing for mainstream ...

Morris Philipson, Who Led the University of Chicago Press, Dies at 85

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Nicholas said. As the director of the Chicago Press from 1967 to 2000, Mr. Philipson drew on his own erudition and literary taste in shepherding about 200 books a year into print. Many became staples in the personal libraries of generations of intellectually ambitious Americans, including the works, translated from French, of Claude Lévi-Strauss, Jacques Derrida and Jean-Paul Sartre; “A Dance to the Music of Time,” Anthony Powell’s 12-volume cycle of novels; and “A River Runs Through It,” the Norman Maclean novella. He also began publishing out-of-print works of fiction from authors including André Malraux, Isak Dinesen, Henry Miller and Paul Scott, who wrote “The Raj Qu... (New York Times)

Concert Photos of the Week - SoundSpike

Fri, Oct 21, 2011
Below, and in no particular order, are the 10 shots I've selected as Concert Photos of the Week for Oct. 14-20. -- View Full Frame Slideshow (1) Chris Brown at Staples Center in Los Angeles, by Torry Pendergrass.Action is on full display here, Brown is getting quite a large leap in, and at 1/250 of a second, Torry managed to capture his full body in focus. The icing on the cake? The expression we all imagine we ourselves would make if we were taking that same leap. (2) Victor Wooten of Bela Fleck & The Flecktones at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg, FL, by Brad Moore.This bright and colorful picture is perfectly exposed and composed. It also captures Wooten as he performs one of his well known bass solos. Although one can never know what an artist is feeling as he plays, if you look closely at the single spot of reflecting light in his right eye, as he appears to be somewhere else. It makes us wonder if it could be a tear. (3) James LaBrie (L) and ...

Elizabeth ‘Ann' Ludovissie

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Home surrounded by her friends and family. Ann was born Oct. 22, 1932, in Detroit to Everett and Hannah (Balf) Manning. In 1944, she and her family moved to Minnesota. Two years after graduating from Staples High School, Ann was united in marriage to her high school sweetheart, Jim Ludovissie, on June 14, 1952. Since moving to Winona in 1957, Ann has been a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. She was also active in the Eagles Auxiliary 1243. Ann was a loving mother and grandmother. Sh... (Winona Daily News)

Elizabeth ‘Ann' Ludovissie

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Home surrounded by her friends and family. Ann was born Oct. 22, 1932, in Detroit to Everett and Hannah (Balf) Manning. In 1944, she and her family moved to Minnesota. Two years after graduating from Staples High School, Ann was united in marriage to her high school sweetheart, Jim Ludovissie, on June 14, 1952. Since moving to Winona in 1957, Ann has been a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. She was also active in the Eagles Auxiliary 1243. Ann was a loving mother and grandmother. Sh... (Winona Daily News)




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