See Also: Mpls City Council hosting hearing on Civilian Review Authority overhaul today Senate passes bill to limit Minneapolis Civilian Review Authority's power Despite near-unanimous criticism during a public hearing Wednesday afternoon, a Minneapolis City Council committee voted in favor of a ... More >>
SEE ALSO:- John Hoff fined $60k for blogging - Best Local Blog 2011: The Adventures of Johnny Northside- Jerry Moore has a controversial past (COVER)This morning, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that local blogger John "Johnny Northside" Hoff is off the hook for $60,000 in damages to the subjec ... More >>
John Hoff exercised his First Amendment rights.A jury has concluded that there was nothing untrue in "Johnny Northside" blogger John Hoff's writing about the alleged shady business dealings of Jerry Moore. Then the same jury decided that Hoff's writing caused Moore to lose his job at the Uni ... More >>
The perpetual Jordan neighborhood gadfly has filed a complaint with the Minneapolis Department of Human Rights claiming he's being discriminated against for his sexual orientation.
We like checking in with the Johnny Northside blog for its combative take on the punks, low lifes and assorted losers standing in the way of efforts to earn North Minneapolis a better rep. So we were surprised this morning to see contributor Hawthorne Hawkman swiveling his hips with a hula hoop in T ... More >>
A week after Mayor R.T. Rybak and police Chief Tim Dolan said they were pulling out the stops to cut down on the city's growing violence, a man died after being shot in the head on the north side of Minneapolis. His name hasn't been released yet, but he's the city's 22nd homicide this year.
Peter Rickmyer, the Level 3 sex offender who has plagued his Jordan neighbors with an avalanche of legal filings, is not allowed to sue anymore, a judge ruled this week.
Screenshot via Star TribuneThey get the best special deliveries at the Star Tribune. Yesterday? Tom Rukavina's boxers. The DFL candidate for governor's state director, Steve Cerkvenik, dropped off the bright blue, union-made shorts on Portland Avenue yesterday, and Rachel Stassen-Berger was ... More >>
It looks like another north Minneapolis house owned by Paul Koenig is set for demolition. Koenig was the subject of our Feb. 24 feature, "The One-Man Housing Crisis," which laid out waves of the Twin Cities landlord's failed real estate endeavors. In 15 years, Koenig and his companies have ... More >>
Neighborhood nuisance filing lawsuits left and right
He has a history of spanking other people's kids. Now he has found a way to use the courts to lash out at neighbors.
He's been dragging down property values for years, and neighbors want him out
Hinckle was found late Saturday night on Dupont Ave. N. in Minneapolis. He was transported to North Memorial Medical Center where he later died.
Look at those hardy tundra dwellers at home in their element.
John Hoff and Hawthorne Hawkman are on a new crusade.