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1999 Stories by Andrew Carter

Archives: 2000 | 1999
  • Rent!

    published December 29, 1999

    The affordable-housing crisis comes to Uptown. More >>

  • Falling Down

    published December 15, 1999

    Two-time Booker Prize winner J.M. Coetzee. More >>

  • The Wrath of Cooper

    published December 8, 1999

    A Minneapolis elementary school sends the Edison Project packing--and district administrators back to the drawing board. More >>

  • Time Out Is Money

    published December 1, 1999

    A for-profit firm takes a crack at Minneapolis's most troubled students. More >>

  • Kelley's Big Bill

    published November 17, 1999

    Politicians get ready to reboot telecommunications law. More >>

  • Robert Jay Lifton: Destroying the World to Save It

    published November 3, 1999

    Robert Jay Lifton Destroying the World to Save It: Aum Shinrikyo, Apocalyptic Violence, and the New Global... More >>

  • Reading, Writing, and Revenue

    published October 20, 1999

    The Edison Project promised Minneapolis a school full of motivated teachers, overachieving students, and free laptops. They came through on the... More >>

  • Ma Cable?

    published August 18, 1999

    In St. Paul and its suburbs, an unlikely coalition battles telecom giant AT&T. More >>

  • King Throng

    published July 28, 1999

    At the Mall of America, Pokemon packed 'em in. More >>

  • Law & Disorder

    published July 21, 1999

    Noisy party? Misdemeanor? Officer, do you know who you're dealing with? More >>

  • The Gene Sifters

    published July 14, 1999

    Never mind fingerprints--state law-enforcement officials want blood. More >>

  • The People Formerly Known as Fans

    published June 23, 1999

    Faced with a lawsuit from their idol, online Prince worshipers turn the tables on the Artist. More >>

  • A Shot Seen Around the World

    published May 19, 1999

    A Minnesota killing prompts front-page headlines overseas--and yawns back home. More >>

  • CODE Red

    published April 7, 1999

    For the last year, Minneapolis's CODEFOR strategy has been packing the jails. Now state taxpayers are being asked to pay the price. More >>

Archives: 2000 | 1999