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1997 Stories by Josie Rawson

Archives: 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995
  • Goodbye, Columbus

    published December 10, 1997

    In two new titles, Winona LaDuke and Jim Northrup weigh tribal rights and wrongs. More >>

  • James Tate: Shroud of the Gnome

    published November 26, 1997

    James Tate Shroud of the Gnome Ecco Press "SOME PEOPLE GO their whole lives/without... More >>

  • Derek Walcott

    published September 10, 1997

    Derek Walcott The Bounty Farrar Straus Giroux DEREK WALCOTT'S BEEN at poetry for... More >>

  • The Breaking Point

    published July 30, 1997

    Exactly what happened in the downstairs duplex at 3109 36th Ave. in South Minneapolis in the late-night hours of July 9, 1996... More >>

  • BOOKS: Joshua Clover

    published June 25, 1997

    Joshua Clover Madonna anno domini Louisiana State University Press Clover's debut... More >>

  • The Crude Guy Defense

    published June 18, 1997

    IN A LAWSUIT THAT will determine whether same-gender sexual discrimination lawsuits are recognized as valid under the Minnesota Human Rights Act,... More >>

  • Mall or Nothing

    published May 21, 1997

    IT WAS FOOD for thought when the Central and Bryant neighborhoods in South Minneapolis got back the results of a feasibility... More >>

  • Widow's Lament

    published May 14, 1997

    The story, no matter where you start, gets better. So: 1954, an early summer evening in Frankfurt, Germany. The war was over,... More >>

  • Slotsa Luck

    published May 7, 1997

    EVER SINCE TWINS owner Carl Pohlad and his promo machine tossed out the first pitch for a new stadium, lawmakers have been... More >>

  • Math for Dummies

    published April 9, 1997

    WHAT'S GREEN, MAKES the world go 'round, and could slip through your fingers if you don't get busy? "You want to answer 'the... More >>

  • Gaspo and The Artist

    published April 2, 1997

    IT WAS MID-OCTOBER, 1996, and Tom Gasparoli was about to hit the big time. The WCCO-TV investigative reporter was feeling... More >>

  • Behind Closed Doors

    published March 12, 1997

    What police found inside on that day--May 29, 1988--became a local legend for a short time, and has remained one around the... More >>

  • Debtor Dearest

    published March 12, 1997

    THE MUZAK SOUNDTRACK starts up. A well-coiffed woman appears on screen, seated in a wing-back chair with the standard... More >>

  • "Suburban Seven" Defendant Skips Bail

    published January 29, 1997

    IN WHAT LOOKS to be yet another politically embarrassing snafu for the local U.S. Attorney's Office, Michael D. Jones--one of... More >>

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