Tom Weber Feature Archive

Twins fans all know and love the fight song "Win Twins" that dates back to when the Twins first moved to Minnesota in 1961. As much as we love it, let's ask the question: Is there room for another song, perhaps an anthem? (The Daily Circuit, 04/06/2012)
Twins fans might be a little nervous on today's opening day. After the last place, 99-loss debacle of a season last year, what can we expect this year? (The Daily Circuit, 04/06/2012)
The Cedar-Riverside Plaza complex was placed on the National Register of Historic Preservation two years ago leaving many to wonder why. Can some of Ralph Rapson's vision still be captured? (The Daily Circuit, 04/04/2012)
President Obama will sign the Stop Trading On Congressional Knowledge Act, or STOCK Act, into law Wednesday. (The Daily Circuit, 04/04/2012)
This morning, we're talking about noise pollution and the negative health affects it can cause. In Minneapolis' Seward neighborhood, you can find the world's quietest room. (The Daily Circuit, 04/03/2012)
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra will offer $5-a-month memberships that allow members to attend as many concerts as they want starting this fall. (The Daily Circuit, 04/03/2012)
We know that the sun is a great source of vitamin D, but given the risks of sun exposure, can humans get enough vitamin D elsewhere? (The Daily Circuit, 04/02/2012)
Another stopgap funding bill for transportation is heading to President Obama's desk after Congress passed legislation yesterday to keep road and transit projects funded for another three months. (The Daily Circuit, 03/30/2012)
If you've ever seen the documentary "Wordplay" you'll know the world of crossword puzzles can be a fierce competition. The Friends of the St. Paul Library will hold its first-ever Minnesota Crossword Tournament tonight in St. Paul. (The Daily Circuit, 03/30/2012)
Author, humorist and self-proclaimed "minor television personality and now deranged millionaire" John Hodgman is bringing his message of apocalypse -- the prominent theme of his most recent book, "That Is All" -- to the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis Thursday evening. (The Daily Circuit, 03/28/2012)
During a show last week, scholar Susan Jacoby said people attending a year or two of community colleges "might prepare you for a job or they may not, [but] you're not learning very much in them." (The Daily Circuit, 03/27/2012)
Ahmed Rashid, a Pakistani journalist based in Lahore, will join The Daily Circuit Tuesday to talk about the current state of relations between Pakistan and the United States. (The Daily Circuit, 03/26/2012)
The federal health care overhaul, a key legislative agenda item for President Obama, became law two years ago Friday. To mark the anniversary, political rhetoric over the law has ramped up. Supporters and opponents of the law are marking the anniversary in Minnesota. (The Daily Circuit, 03/22/2012)
A new video series explores the 'moments' in several voters' lives when they solidified their views on marriage and their vote on the marriage amendment in November. (The Daily Circuit, 03/21/2012)
Republicans in the Minnesota House passed a proposed constitutional amendment early Wednesday morning that would require all voters to show photo identification at the polls. If we are heading for a vote this fall with a voter ID amendment on the ballot, what would that campaign look like? (The Daily Circuit, 03/21/2012)