Exodus International, the county's best-known Christian ministry devoted to helping people suppress gay urges through the power of prayer, is distancing itself from the idea that a person's sexual orientation can be permanently changed or "cured."It's a significant shift for the 36-year-old group, w ... More >>
Lot's of hemming and hawing over KSTP AM1500 getting assimilated into the ESPN collective and rebranding as The SportsTalk Station.
We thought the smiley-face killer conspiracy had long since disappeared after it blew up in the media almost a year ago. It's back!
Star Tribune editors have been notably silent about the disappearance of long-time columnist Nick Coleman from their news pages. Does anyone actually know what's going on?
In a letter to a reader, Harte explains their decision to cut the Coleman and Kersten columns, saying their views ... More >>
Is there a local organization more dysfunctional than our professional men's basketball team? Well, yes, at the moment, that would be the Newspaper of the Twin Cities.
Local politicos Brian Lambert and Sarah Janecek are the latest additions to the programming lineup for Clear Channel Radio's new FM talk station, KTLK-FM (100.3). The pair will host a weekday show when the ... More >>
Too loud, too opinionated, too brash. Few thought Katherine Lanpher could revive Minnesota Public Radio's sagging Midmorning. WRONG!
Can the Cities' oldest black radio station survive a date with the bulldozer?
John Forde's scrappy television show talks back to America's advertisers
Suburban retailers tell reporters they're having to lure potential employees with free coffee and fast-track applications. But clearly, few have been given the corporate green light to increase pay or offer benefits.