Eric Ringham Feature Archive

Computer-generated images have become a staple of modern movies. But at what cost? Some critics think an over-reliance on CGI has undermined the art of film. (The Daily Circuit, 03/12/2013)
Launched a year and a half ago amid disappointment at the Legislature, the effort to defeat Minnesota's marriage amendment succeeded this week after amassing millions of dollars, a broad spectrum of backers and a focus on religious faith and personal conversations. (11/09/2012)
Everybody has a Wellstone story. (10/25/2012)
The debate over same-sex marriage is explored through a four-week dialogue. (10/19/2012)
The NAACP presidents says those supporting the marriage amendment are trying to split the African-American community. (10/15/2012)
There's a line, somewhere, that journalists shouldn't cross. (09/18/2012)
If you take Wilbur out of the fair, where does that leave Charlotte? (08/21/2012)
Chuck Bailey made a promise to his staff. Then he refused to break it. (01/06/2012)
There's little sense in pushing the Muslim Brotherhood into an extremist corner. (02/16/2011)
The scene of JFK's assassination seems too ordinary for what happened there. (11/22/2010)
For some runners, a recent rule change makes running in the marathon a lot more appealing. (09/30/2010)
The Legislature is considering tighter requirements governing a proposed copper-nickel mine near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Today's Question: In tough economic times, should environmental protection take a back seat to job creation? (03/10/2010)
Each year about 15 million U.S. residents become victims of identity theft. The most common kind of identity theft is credit card fraud. It might not seem like something to worry about - until it happens to you, as commentary editor Eric Ringham found out. (03/10/2010)