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  • Nice Work If You Can Get It

    published January 28, 1998

    A "CONTROLLED drinking" experiment--complete with taxpayer-paid booze and free rides home--hasn't attract the response you might expect from... More >>

  • Popped

    published January 28, 1998

    It's all over for Minneapolis's biggest neighborhood organization. More >>

  • Year of the Vulture

    published January 21, 1998

    For 12 months, the music industry has been picking the bones of the past. Here's 13 records that came out alive. More >>

  • QUICK SPINS

    published January 21, 1998

    FREEDY JOHNSTON Never Home (Elektra) If "Western Sky" and "Seventies Girl" don't turn up in Best... More >>

  • Oral Arguments

    published January 21, 1998

    WHEN ASKED, SOCIAL conservatives insist they're disturbed by the presence of gay publications on the local newsstand. But, like pornographic... More >>

  • Sidewalk Sidelined?

    published January 21, 1998

    YOU WOULD THINK that if anyone could figure out a way to make money from the Internet, it would be Bill Gates. So last summer, when Microsoft... More >>

  • If You Got 'Em

    published January 21, 1998

    With only three ashtrays to serve everyone where Minnesota's anti-tobacco suit is being heard, courthouse janitors have their work cut out for them. More >>

  • Norm's Shallow Pockets

    published January 14, 1998

    St. Paul had no trouble coming up with $108 million for Lawson's new office tower, yet the city says it can only afford to pay $10,000 to relocate... More >>

  • Hot Air

    published January 14, 1998

    THESE ARE GOOD days for viewing the plume from the downtown Minneapolis garbage incinerator: It rises high into the super-chilled air, a... More >>

  • A Clear-cut Solution?

    published January 14, 1998

    RESIDENTS OF THE East River Parkway neighborhood recently lost their decade-long fight to protect the area's flora. At the behest of a few... More >>

  • Axe Men

    published January 7, 1998

    JOHN DERUS, THE former DFL state Senate candidate and longtime Hennepin County Commissioner who maintains that an error by the Star Tribune... More >>

  • Presto Change-o

    published January 7, 1998

    Minneapolis quietly backs away from its commitment to replace demolished north side public housing with other low-income units. More >>

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