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    The Eyes of JonBenet Ramsey - America eats its young.

    THE PICTURES OF JonBenet Ramsey that have filled television screens and tabloid covers since her murder--hundreds of them, it seems, every one in some sense the same image--are as resonant as they are grotesque; and they are grotesque beyond words. ...

    by Steve Perry on January 29, 1997
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    The Puck Doesn't Stop Here - Hockey in St. Paul: the other major league boondoggle.

    We all knew St. Paul Mayor Norm Coleman was slick, but in convincing local residents and a gullible media to take seriously the possibility that a pro hockey team will come to the St. Paul Civic Center, Hizzoner has outdone himself. For weeks now, C...

    by Britt Robson on January 29, 1997
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    "Suburban Seven" Defendant Skips Bail

    IN WHAT LOOKS to be yet another politically embarrassing snafu for the local U.S. Attorney's Office, Michael D. Jones--one of nine men, including seven suburban Twin Cities residents, who were snagged last fall in a multimillion-dollar drug bust--ha...

    by Josie Rawson on January 29, 1997
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    Talk of the Town

    "I READ SOMETHING not long ago about the character of Minnesotans," recalls Two Cities editor Kevin Fenton, "that said our greatest fault was our humility. I don't agree--I think we're arrogant about being second best. Our real fault is that we don'...

    by Will Hermes on January 29, 1997
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    The Lore of the Pines - Politics, myth, and money in Minnesota's dwindling north woods.

    The bonfire is gone, covered by two feet of new snow. There are no tracks except for the ones made by your snowshoes, intricate figure-eight patterns laid down with a rhythmic crunch. After a few hundred feet on the forest road you turn right, down ...

    by Monika Bauerlein on January 29, 1997
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    Innocent Abroad

    IF BILL CLINTON has sailed into his second term with a 62 percent approval rating, part of the reason may be the disturbing fact that a majority of Americans no longer get their news from a daily paper, but rather from TV--and from local TV news at ...

    by Doug Ireland on January 22, 1997
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    Another Day, Another Lawsuit - Business as Usual at the Minneapolis City Hall

    THE CITY OF Minneapolis appears on the verge of two more potentially costly civil rights lawsuits: one from within the ranks of the Fire Department, and another in the Police Department. The Fire Department suit stems from the firing late last year ...

    by City Pages Staff on January 22, 1997
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    Helmers and Lensers

    PEOPLE WORRY THAT America is degenerating into a country of slavering morons, but I'm optimistic--primarily because for all its ignorance, America is also a nation of know-it-alls. We like to be seen as experts, and fresh evidence of this can be foun...

    by Dennis Cass on January 22, 1997
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    Blowing Smoke: How the Buck is Passed on Air Quality

    When Bill Clinton journeyed to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon this fall to preside over the creation of a new national monument, he quipped to reporters that it was disappointing there was so much fog in Arizona. He complained that he could hardly...

    by Jeffrey St. Clair and Alexander Cockburn on January 22, 1997
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    Move Along

    IT SEEMS THAT everyone is being pressed into service in the war on crime these days, and that includes the architects. One of the newest exhibits in the local arsenal is the new McDonald's at the corner of Lake and Lagoon in Uptown. Mickey D's new di...

    by Mary Ellen Egan on January 22, 1997
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    Talking Political Blues

    IRIS DEMENT SINGS from the stage of the Fine Line with a curl to her lips, tearing off choppy guitar chords and rhymed social critique. "We got CEO's makin' 200 times the workers' pay," she snarls, "but they'll fight like hell against raisin' the min...

    by Terri Sutton on January 22, 1997
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    Get Out of Jail Free - In drug- or gang-related cases, one of the favorite weapons of prosecutors is confidential informants like Johnny Edwards. Trouble is, a lot of them will say anything to get themselves out of the hot seat--and continue committing crimes while they're turn

    It's not the kind of thing cops see every day, but when Officer Jeff Werner and his partner spotted a slender red beam of light early on the morning of November 14, they knew exactly what they were looking at: the projection from a laser scope mount...

    by Beth Hawkins on January 22, 1997
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    Morning in America - A nation of trolls under the bridge to the 21st century

    WAS EVER AN inaugural address more swelled by the empty rhetorical flourish than Clinton's howdy-do to the nation on Monday? In its stilted vagueness and its annoying reliance on parallel construction, it was clearly meant to mimic JFK's 1961 address...

    by Steve Perry on January 22, 1997
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    Local Traffic: Slow & Go

    It pains me to say it, but many of my notes on Minnesota music in 1996 look like a report on an economic recession, not a rock & roll scene. People complained a lot last year (myself included); morale was lower; bands broke up for no reason other tha...

    by Simon Peter Groebner on January 15, 1997
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    Inside Baseball - The Twins deal: It's gotten more interesting, but it hasn't gotten any better.

    WHATEVER ELSE IT proves to be, the pending deal between the Twins and the state of Minnesota is one of the more fascinating chapters in the sordid history of the business of baseball. Is the Pohlad proposal a good deal for the state economically? No...

    by Steve Perry on January 15, 1997
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    WORLD MUSIC '96

    The Congos Heart of the Congos (Blood and Fire) This may well be producer Lee Perry's masterpiece, in addition to being one of the most beautiful and spiritual reggae records of all time. A hard-to-find import since its release in 1977, now reissued...

    by Will Hermes on January 15, 1997
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    ESSENTIAL REISSUES/RETROSPECTIVES

    Mary Margaret O'Hara Miss America (Koch) Sun RaThe Singles (Evidence) The Louvin BrothersTragic Songs of Life, Satan Is Real, A Tribute to the Delmore Brothers (Capitol) Merle HaggardDown Every Road: 1962-1994 (Capitol) Curtis MayfieldPeople Get Re...

    by Will Hermes on January 15, 1997
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    DJ/ELECTRONICA '96

    Rome Rome (Thrill Jockey) Another bunch of Chicago instrumental "rockers" who made a record I enjoyed nearly as much as Tortoise's Millions. Dubby, gentle, attuned to the joys of the melodica. Clara Rockmore The Art of the Theremin (Delos) The quee...

    by Will Hermes on January 15, 1997
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    Notes on '96

    What follows are some varied, disconnected thoughts on a varied, disconnected music scene, with a list of personal favorites at the end. Inconclusiveness is guaranteed. True, everything old was new again in '96, but the best retro excursions spoke t...

    by Will Hermes on January 15, 1997
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    Listening in Tongues

    Lately, I've been thinking about the ways people listen to music: on headphones; from car speakers; at clubs; at home while getting dressed, cooking, dining, or reading the paper; singing along; paying attention; not paying attention. I've been think...

    by Terri Sutton on January 15, 1997
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