Total Eclipse Of The Heart When it comes to vacations—any little weekend trip we take, even—my family accuses me of being an over-planner. By “over-planner,” I can only assume they mean “a husband and father who cares so damn much that he is willing to sacrifice his own time and energy trying to make everything […]
Talent shows fascinate me, not necessarily for what is happening onstage, but because I can’t stop wondering about that moment when the dad said “Hey, we should start a family hip-hop troupe!” and the rest of the family immediately responded with a resounding “YES!” and then “Let’s ask grandpa and grandma to join!” Then it […]
Darrell Thompson 1986 John Marshall grad, Minnesota Gopher football standout, Green Bay Packer running back, Minnesota Gophers radio analyst, and President of Bolder Options Rochester Magazine: What would your stat line be if you got 20 carries for the Gophers against Rutgers this weekend? Darrell Thompson: Hopefully, 20 carries, 165 yards. RM: Seriously, you could […]
Because nothing celebrates the birth of Jesus like watching Bruce Willis kill a bunch of people.
Every year, around this time, we are yet again amazed and bewildered by the magic and wonderment of the first snowfall.
Amanda Mikhail, former IBMer engineer (and holder of dozens of patents) and current Mayo Clinic Unit Manager in Management Engineering Rochester Magazine: Tell me about one of your recent patents. Amanda Mikhail: All of my most recent were at IBM. I’m at Mayo now. But one of the most recent was a materials method for […]