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  • Mug Shots

    published July 22, 1998

    The Minneapolis Police Department brings honor back to the trading-card business. More >>

  • Three-Time Losers

    published June 24, 1998

    Does Minneapolis's war on "bad buildings" throw tenants out on the street? Yes, officials say--and that's just tough. More >>

  • This Charming Man

    published June 17, 1998

    Willfully fey 24-year-old singer-composer-subgenius Rufus Wainwright wants to take us back. How far back? Way back, to about 1820 if my... More >>

  • Maybe We'll Take Them to the State Fair

    published June 17, 1998

    At its annual convention, held this past weekend in Washington, D.C., the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies (AAN) announced the winners of... More >>

  •  Summer in the Cities 1998

    published June 10, 1998

    We'll clue you into where to go to get bit to the degree of your choice--from a few bumps acquired during a lunchtime picnic to the full-body... More >>

  • Band Stand

    published June 10, 1998

    35 concerts to soundtrack your summer. More >>

  • The Last Picture Show

    published June 10, 1998

    Movie theaters used to have majestic screens, rocking chairs, and real butter. Some still do. More >>

  • The Phantom of the Movie House

    published June 10, 1998

    Jack Liebenberg's forgotten legacy. More >>

  • The Best of the Twin Cities

    published May 13, 1998

    We at City Pages delight in exposing evil, mocking incompetence, and otherwise poking our journalistic flashlight into this town's dingy crevices.... More >>

  • 1973 Film

    published May 6, 1998

    Wattstax (Columbia Pictures) and The Devil in Miss Jones (VCA Pictures) hit the big screen in 1973. More >>

  • 1973 An Introduction

    published May 6, 1998

    1973 marks the first year the American League allowed the designated-hitter rule. O.J. Simpson ran for 2,003 yards. Billie Jean King beat Bobby... More >>

  • 1973 Music

    published May 6, 1998

    Neu!, The JB's, and Gram Parsons. More >>

  • Mpls./St. Paul Film Fest Roundup

    published April 22, 1998

    Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the multiplex...the adventure continues during the second week of the 17-day Mpls./St. Paul Film... More >>

  • A Grab Bag of Reels

    published April 15, 1998

    The spring weather seems overrated in light of this year's Mpls./St. Paul International Film Festival: As in the 15 years past, U Film Society... More >>

  • 1948

    published February 18, 1998

    Why must we treat arts--and arts coverage--like packaged goods, with an expiration date stamped on the back? These books, movies, music, and plays... More >>

  • Bugged

    published February 11, 1998

    As long as the bugs don't read the paper. More >>

  • Excuses, Excuses

    published February 11, 1998

    ADD "OPTIMIST" TO the list of adjectives used to describe former insurance salesman, best-selling novelist, and new-if-contested owner of the... More >>

  • No Offense

    published February 11, 1998

    BARELY TWO YEARS after first passing a "community notification" law to alert neighborhoods of the presence of certain sex offenders, the state... More >>

  • A Wing and a Prayer

    published February 11, 1998

    A NORTHEAST Minneapolis charity that found itself homeless last summer has finally found the site of its dreams. But its potential future... More >>

  • Maybe Then We'll Get Through on the Snowemergency Line

    published February 4, 1998

    THE CITY OF Minneapolis--or Edina, or Hibbing, you name it--could be your next phone service provider if state Sen. Steve Kelley has his way.... More >>

  • Goodbye Winter Carnival--Welcome Swimsuit Competition!

    published February 4, 1998

    Part-time stripping is too exciting for Landmark managers, who contend that their venerable venue has never been clothing-optional. More >>

  • Talking Blues

    published February 4, 1998

    Sure, they're in court fighting the tobacco companies. But just try to get them to pay for a nicotine patch. More >>

  • The Defense Never Rests

    published February 4, 1998

    KEITH ELLISON, THE longtime director of Minneapolis's Legal Rights Center, is taking his appeal for social justice to a new level: the state... More >>

  • Faster Beer Runs?

    published January 28, 1998

    THE PROPOSED Stillwater bridge has once again made it to the top of a list of programs whose elimination could help the federal budget and the... More >>

  • Strange Birds

    published January 28, 1998

    ACTIVISTS FROM THE advocacy group Minnesota ACORN want a time-out on Minneapolis's plans to build upscale condominiums on the downtown... More >>

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