Newspaper Headlines From May 17, 2018

Newspaper Headlines From May 17, 2018


CHANGES FROM WHAT THE WEEKEND LOOKS LIKE BEFORE IN A MINUTE. IT’S MAY THE 15th, THURSDAY MORNING. TIME TO LOOK INSIDE THE HEADLINES. ON “USA TODAY” WE BEGIN WITH THE FRONT COVER STORY ON NUCLEAR WASTE. THE HEADLINE DANGER ZONES. THE STORAGE OF NUCLEAR WASTE IS THE ISSUE. PLANTS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY ARE BEING CLOSED AS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS GO OFF LINE BUT THE EXPERTS OF AN ACCIDENT MAYBE HIGHER WITH THE PLANTS CLOSED BECAUSE OF STORAGE ISSUES OVER THAT NUCLEAR WASTE. THE LYNX GET GOING SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND THEY ARE WRITING ABOUT THE WEIRD SEASON FOR THE LYNX. THERE IS A WORLD CUP IN SEPTEMBER. THE WNBA IS CRAMMING THE WHOLE SEASON IN BEFORE SEPTEMBER 22nd. THE LYNX HAVE TEN PRACTICES THROUGHOUT THIS YEAR’S SCHEDULE. THEY WILL HAVE LOTS OF GAMES. IT WILL BE FUN. SOMETIMES IT FEELS LIKE A LONG TIME IN BETWEEN LYNX GAMES. LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT. I HAVE BEEN THINKING ABOUT HOW TWIN CITIES NEWSPAPER COLUMNIST NICOLE MAN WOULD HAVE WRITTEN HIS OWN OBITUARY. HE IS FRONT PAGE NEWS IN BOTH PAPERS. HE WORKED FOR BOTH PAPERS. JAMES WALSH RIGHTS AN HONOREE POETIC FEARLESS COLUMNIST FOR THE “STAR TRIBUNE” DIED WEDNESDAY. IS BROTHER IS THE FORMER MAYOR OF ST. PAUL. HE LOVED IRISH FEST AND HIS FAMILY AND KIDS. NICK WROTE FOR THE PIONEER PRESS FIRST. MARY WROTE THE OBITUARY ON THE FRONT PAGE OF THAT PAPER ABOUT HOW FEROCIOUS HE WAS TAKING ON POWER AND STANDING UP FOR THE LITTLE GUY. NICK AND I TALKED A FAIR ABOUT OVER THE YEARS. I WAS LOOKING THROUGH OLD TWITTER MESSAGES WHEN HE ASKED ME TO VISIT HIS KID’S SCHOOL TO READ. HE WAS A GREAT DAD, A PAIN IN THE BUTT BUT HE WILL BE MISSED. “NEW YORK TIMES” IS PROFILING AN 18-YEAR-OLD BALTIMORE WOMAN WHO MAY BE THE NEXT BIG THING IN INDY ROCK, LINDSAY JORDAN. “NEW YORK TIMES” SAYING SHE EVOKES LIZ FAIR. SHE HAS BEEN PLAYING GUITAR SINCE HE WAS 5, PRACTICING TWO HOURS A DAY. WATCH FOR SNAIL MAIL’S ALBUM. IT’S CALLED LUSH IN THE COMING WEEKS. REMEMBER YOU HEARD ABOUT IT HERE FIRST. THURSDAY IS FOOD DAY IN THE LOCAL PAPERS. THEY ARE FOCUSING ON WOODBURY. LOTS OF GREAT SPOTS TO CHECK OUT IN WOOD — WOODBURY. LOTS OF NEW RESTAURANTS. CRAVINGS WINE BAR, O’MALLEYS. AND RICK NELSON WRITES ABOUT SIX NEW RESTAURANTS THAT OPENED AROUND THE AREA, MAVERICKS ROAST BEEF IS BACK IN ROSEVILLE REOPENED BY A 29-YEAR-OLD. THIS PICTURE IS THE NEW CHEF, ANDREW CRAFT AT BUNGALOW CLUB IN MINNEAPOLIS. THAT IS IN MATT’S NEIGHBORHOOD. GRAND CATCH, SEAFOOD SPOT IN ST. PAUL.

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