Enjoy these video highlights produced by Joe Centers.
Congrats St. Paul 'hall of famers ' on lives well led. Proud to share our hometown with such class.
P.S. Good camera work Boss
Once, giants of industry and entrepreneurs lived among us.
@ Contango : Have a question about "Youngstown" waiting for you in the gas prices article. Perhaps,through that question.We might come up with idea's to get " giants of industry and entrepeneurs " living amongst us again.
Difficult to think that far "outside the box." Lotta questions, few answers.
IMO, too local to have much effect. Taxation, incentives, rules and regs tend to flow like slug from Columbus and DC. The "answer" lies there.
I'm a free mkt guy. Utimately, individuals make economic decisions.
As I've written many times: I was and will be again a part of the Diaspora.
Without jobs, the best and the brightest continue to leave for elsewhere. Leaving the overall population poorer, older and with a dwindling tax base.
I don't foresee a preventive catalyst for that demographic and socio-economic downhill slide.
It's like I asked you once before: Would you return to Detroit and attempt to take on that socio-economic Sisyphean task?
As is said: Hope is not a stategy.
@ Contango : Cue CliFF Clavens voice : " It's a little known fact. That most people in diaspora'a always miss their home " :)
Depends on one's defintion of "home."
@ Contango : Point acknowledged.