For anyone following Duluth's peaks and slumps,
and all-around Duluth motivator Scott Starfire is helping out with yet another great new Minnesota blog, MNStories, which features a short documentary on Duluth artist Chris Monroe, whose Violet Days appears in the print edition of the Star Tribune every Friday.
Violet Days video
Perfect Day Duluth
Duluth Rock&roll Links at Complicatedfun.com/Duluth
are also celebrating the continuing publication of its own Transistor newspaper, which carries Violet Days in print (and did so briefly online). Featuring the columnists and cartoonists that. Six issues, first out end of August, stepping back up to monthly by Spring of 2006. Brad Nelson says.
"We're able to write all the content now,"
A lot of the people that.
Hoping the next issue will be online.
Volunteer-driven right now.
Any extra money we get we're paying off.
Black newspaper. Monthly tabloid.
Last two issues.
May/June's Homegrown issue.
July/August issue. in newsprint
Four-page xerox thing calendar columns. 11 by 17 folded over, 8 1/2 by 11. Columns. Web site is just the calendar.
Print edition of Transistor.
Bands didn't get paid this time, 50 bucks last time, Starfire still lost money every year, the one way to break even was to cut band pay.
One individual got bands stirred up about it. He's a boyfriend to Anna. Jonathan Livingston, frontman of fair-weather friend.
He has bad blood for Tim and I.
brother Matt Livingston, a good friend of Brad's, in Redemption Gospel Choir.
Some people write for both.
Pizza Luce is the.
The Transistor was started in the Ripsaw office on Ripsaw computers.
Mark still writes for both.
Slim Goodbuzz is being published in the Transistor
Anna Owens former sales manager at Ripsaw.
Retains columns (Mark Lindquist's "Basement Gloss," Eco Dude, a new sex column), first issue political graphic design.
Davis Solomon's son
New sex column
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