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Radio makes no time for sentimentality. One day, you're brooding with Fall Out Boy on Drive 105, the next day you're floating alongside Anne Murray on the new Love 105. (As for Rev-105... well who remembers the 20th century...

@ The Blotter by Michael Tortorello on May 9, 2007 @ 3:33 pm
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    Attention James Lileks: Nancy Nall has your number (and you aren't going to like what she has to say)

  • Poor James Lileks, the talented but supremely self-obsessed novelty book writer/war blogger/soon-to-be-former Strib columnist. This week's announcement that the Strib plans to dump the Daily Quirk, Lileks' lighter-than-air ...

    @ The Blotter by Mike Mosedale on May 9, 2007 @ 1:15 pm
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    5/9 Morning Communiqu

    @ The Blotter by Corey Anderson on May 9, 2007 @ 7:47 am
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    MN Daily writes mean and stupid article

    Last week, the Minnesota Daily ran a story that began thusly: "Every city needs its own maniacal, googily eyed token crazy lady. Minneapolis has 'Scary' Mari Newman, the electric haired, pierced-up artist whose house on 51st and Penn is a full-blown ...

    @ The Blotter by Jonathan Kaminsky on May 8, 2007 @ 4:05 pm
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    Grand Theft Article

    On the same day the Strib announced it was pushing 145 employees out the door, including 50 from its newsroom, the daily also provided a glimpse how its newsgathering operation would compensate: by borrowing reporting from City Pages. How else to ex...

    @ The Blotter by Kevin Hoffman on May 8, 2007 @ 3:05 pm
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    5/8 Morning Communiqu

    @ The Blotter by Corey Anderson on May 8, 2007 @ 7:37 am
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    Star Tribune to Lose 145

    @ The Blotter by Beth Hawkins on May 7, 2007 @ 4:48 pm
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    Geek Squad: im in ur hard drive, steeling ur pr0n

    Last week, watchdog website The Consumerist posted a long confession allegedly written by an employee of Bloomington-based computer fix-it service Geek Squad. The disgruntled Geek claimed that the men in the cute New Beetles have been corrupted by t...

    @ The Blotter by Sarah Askari on May 7, 2007 @ 10:07 am
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    5/7 Morning Communiqu

    @ The Blotter by Corey Anderson on May 7, 2007 @ 7:27 am
  • The Lost Napkins of Leonardo Da Vinci - Is the future hiding somewhere in a 500-year-old notebook?

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    The Lost Napkins of Leonardo Da Vinci - Is the future hiding somewhere in a 500-year-old notebook?

    Mark Rosheim bounds into the Minnesota Center for Book Arts' Star Tribune Gallery like he owns the place. He does--in the sense that every bookshelf and vitrine in the expansive space harbors his stuff. The world-class robotics whiz and curator of "...

    by Rod Smith on November 29, 2006
  • Enter Sandman - Why Neil Gaiman is about to become bigger than death

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    Enter Sandman - Why Neil Gaiman is about to become bigger than death

    Whether in comics or novels, Neil Gaiman's peculiar gift has been to tell fairy tales to adults, rekindling a childhood acceptance of the fantastic. His 2005 tour de force Anansi Boys was as unconventional in its treatment of evaporating love as it ...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on November 29, 2006
  • Help! - Stephanie and Kelly Kinnunen didn't quit their jobs, sell off their worldly possessions, and move into a motel in order to launch a new magazine about patio furniture

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    Help! - Stephanie and Kelly Kinnunen didn't quit their jobs, sell off their worldly possessions, and move into a motel in order to launch a new magazine about patio furniture

    If you finally answered that incessant voice that begs you to be more than you are--to do whatever you can for others with your short life--you may find yourself sleeping in a car and washing your armpits in rest stops along Route 66. Stephanie Ki...

    by Molly Priesmeyer on November 29, 2006
  • The Shelf Life of Socialism - Inside a Leninist bookstore in West St. Paul, a familiar refrain: What is to be done?

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    The Shelf Life of Socialism - Inside a Leninist bookstore in West St. Paul, a familiar refrain: What is to be done?

    PATHFINDER BOOKS hosts the Militant Labor Forum, 7:30 p.m. Fridays at 113 Bernard St. E., West St. Paul; 651.644.6325 For more information go to www.pathfinderpress.com. Tonight, the next American Revolution is being waged. In West St. Paul. I...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on November 29, 2006
  • Don't Throw Away the Key - Do you want to know a secret about sexual psychopaths? They're not the ones committing most of the sex crimes.

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    Don't Throw Away the Key - Do you want to know a secret about sexual psychopaths? They're not the ones committing most of the sex crimes.

    Dennis Linehan was the Alfonso Rodriguez of his day. In 1965, he raped and murdered a 14-year-old girl and hid her body. He was 24 at the time and had already committed or attempted at least seven rapes, "disrupting and destroying the lives of his y...

    by Beth Hawkins on November 29, 2006
  • The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - The sailor you never really knew is back on shore leave. Oh the humanicky!

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    The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - The sailor you never really knew is back on shore leave. Oh the humanicky!

    No, really: Who is he? Everybody recognizes him, everybody knows him, but the question is, why? Where did he come from? Why is his ugly mug still in the top tier of recognizable American icons? As an American icon, he certainly hasn't been an acti...

    by Zak Sally on November 29, 2006
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