Withering Glance: New life for grand old St. Paul buildings

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  • Updated: November 9, 2013 - 2:00 PM

Rick Nelson and Claude Peck dispense unasked-for advice about clothing, etiquette, culture, relationships, grooming and more.

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SeaSharkNov. 10, 1311:08 PM

"Hey Dobe, let's go down to the old Endicott Building and watch 'em dip sheep!"---Maynard G. Krebs, recurring dialog from the "Dobie Gillis" television show created and written by Minnesota native Max Shulman.

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youngcatNov. 21, 13 5:29 AM

Hey I don't know who writes art cetera; I don't see a byline, or any kind of credit taken, or given. But reading #5 pageE2, Nov. 17, 2013 one thing became again confirmed for me. As was written, "Not since 'The Golden Girls' has there been such a happening TV home for actresses in the 60's as 'American Horror Story: Coven' " Yes it's one of a a great many op and coming TV shows who are finding huge success by playing to a certain type, by a certain type. After all isn't it a great time to be a baby boomer--for me the audience, and for all of the beautiful, talented baby boomer actresses out there who used to find their career choices quite limited after the age of 30'ish. Isn't it grand!?? We are the reason for this miraculous and beautiful change. They must pander to us mustn't they? We control the dollars now and we are all of a certain age and temperament--beautiful, wise, sexy, and not a one of us under 47. Look at The Good Wife; all the CSI's; the Law & Orders; Homeland; our list goes on and on. I would imagine that a certain woman of say-20's and 30's would have a much more competitive field out there since our "tastes" have changed. Oui? Merci Beaucoup for finally beginning to recognize which has been becoming more and more prevalent and wonderful! At least for this beautiful, wise, sexy woman of 59.

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