QR Codes … for Estate Planning?

Jamie Held / August 3, 2012

QR codes, those squares made of square dots arranged in a pattern that you scan with your smart phone, are popping up everywhere these days.  Consequently, I was not at all surprised when I saw a story on the local CBS evening news … QR Codes On Headstones: Preserving Personalities Of Those Passed.

Mark Twain

Jennifer Santini / April 21, 2011

November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910 Born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, Mark Twain still receives a lot of attention even though over 100 years have passed since his death. Recently one of Twain’s most notable works, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, made headlines for the debate over the literary integrity of the work when certain […]

After Hours with Sarah Gohl Isabel

Jayne Sykora / January 26, 2011

  Employer:  Law Office of Sarah Gohl Isabel Position:     Attorney Location:    St. Paul, Minnesota Education: JD & LLM, Duke University; BA, Eureka College Questions How long have you been practicing? I am entering into my tenth year of practice.  This is my first year of solo practice.  I previously worked for two large law firms in Atlanta, Georgia.  When […]

Famed Actor Leslie Nielsen Dies at Age 84

Jennifer Santini / November 29, 2010

Hollywood lost a comedic icon on Sunday.  Leslie Nielsen died at a hospital in Fort Lauderdale where he was being treated for pneumonia.  Mr. Nielsen was primarily known to younger generations for his roles is numerous parody films, most notably the Naked Gun movies and Airplane! However, his acting career spanned back to the 1950s.

2010 Minnesota Vikings, We Hardly Knew Ye

Jamie Held / November 1, 2010

July 30, 2010 – October 31, 2010 As quickly as a Brett Favre pass sails into the hands of an opposing defensive back, the season of the 2010 Minnesota Vikings ended in Foxborough, MA on October 31, 2010. Questionable coaching, erratic play from its superstars and a bizarre postgame press conference from one of the […]