Compliance Techniques & Frosted Tips

Brian McKenna bares it all, Dick Gephardt runs a new campaign ad, the Sanford-Brown Indians keep up the fight, and Blake Ashby ruminates on Euro-dance; plus, the battle over the Famous Gerber wakes up Grandma

Joe and Jim Smugala declined comment for this story.

Then there's B. Donovan's St. Louis Grill in Fenton, which offers a Gerber pizza. The ingredients: Provel, ham and a garlic-butter sauce. But the B. Donovan's incarnation doesn't bother Ruma's.

"The only thing that bothers me is when someone takes a sandwich that's identical to mine and uses half as much ham and half as much cheese, like DB's," zings Zang.

"Man, the Pet Shop Boys are talented. Their albums are seminal. I wonder if 'West End Girls' would work as a campaign theme song...."
"Man, the Pet Shop Boys are talented. Their albums are seminal. I wonder if 'West End Girls' would work as a campaign theme song...."
Sports broadcaster Brian McKenna works in radio because he's so insecure about his body
Sports broadcaster Brian McKenna works in radio because he's so insecure about his body

A Season on the Brink

On November 25 the Sanford-Brown men's basketball team dropped to .500 (2-2) in a lopsided 90-54 loss to the University of Dubuque. Coach John Campbell's squad enjoyed its best stretch at the beginning of the second half, when crafty swingman Gary Lenoir started in place of center Sean Smith, who spent the entire half on the bench. Campbell might be wise to relegate spin move-obsessed forward Michael Wallace to a similar position for the duration of the upcoming Greenville College tournament December 5, in which Sanford-Brown will face Logan College.

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