Strib's new Vita.mn weekly: The wait is almost over! But not quite!
class=img_thumbleft>The Strib's new weekly entertainment paper, Vita.mn--"a free, entertainment-oriented publication targeting readers ages 25 to 34," according to the (absolutely impartial in a boosterish sort of way)business story
the newspaper of record published this morning--was supposed to hit the streets today. But when a mob of City Pagers descended on the outdoor rack right beside the entrance to 425 Portland Avenue around noon, Vita.mn had not yet appeared in its corporeal form. The featured act at web-Vita.mn's front page on Wednesday and Thursday was Average White Band--so does this mean the paper will be a free, entertainment-oriented publication targeting readers ages 25 to 34who are curious about the music their parents listened to as teenagers
Since we haven't been to able to find one yet, we ask our readers: Have you seen the thing? What's on the cover? Impressions?
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