Crosscut is on fire today. I don’t know if our readers can handle it, so I won’t link to any of the stories, but here’s the rundown:
Knute Berger picks a coffee shop. (Tully’s)
David Brewster talks about skyscrapers. (A bland topic turned into a… blander topic.)
Ted Van Dyk talks about the caucus. (Light rail is not mentioned, but “blacks” are. As is Hubert Humphrey.)
It’s like they have the pulse of the city. Seriously, I haven’t been this tuned-in since Steve Scher dropped an f-bomb tirade on the rain barrel lady for talking through his bumper music. It’s like the Weekly, but before they got rid of everybody.
And what’s up with Crosscut having a blog? ‘splain that one to me. Department of Redundancy Department.