City Pages won 12 first-place trophies at the annual Page One awards Friday, beating both the Star Tribune and the Pioneer Press for the second year in a row. The Star Tribune took home 8 first-place spots out of 17 overall; the Pioneer Press won 2 out of 10 nominations. City Pages won a total ... More >>
Smiles abound this morning in the City Pages newsroom: The Minnesota Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists tells us that we're in line for 17 honors in its annual Page One Awards.Although this year's haul represents a slight return-to-earth from City Pages' record-breaking 2 ... More >>
After watching Snyders dissect the Bachmann political strategy, stay-tuned till the end when a national GOP operative says he only agreed to the interview on the condition that the City Pages cover story not be discussed.
We took him with the fifth draft pick, so here's five great vids to celebrate.
The best of yesterday, including the most comprehensive wrap-up of the Rage Against the Machine Show that was, then wasn't, then was a riot, then was a hootenany. Kind of.
A school board in western Minnesota is split
New city policy would require drug tests for all new hires
To go along with Matt Snyders' feature and our photo gallery about the Baldies, watch our audio slideshow set to Symarip's classic "Skinhead Moonstomp."
Michele Bachmann celebrates longer hours, worser grammar
We've begun posting in advance of tonight's New Hampshire primary, and action's going to kick in even more after results begin to come back. Three staffers have posted so far, and at least that number more are going to chime in over the course of the evening.
Sharon Schmickle at MinnPost does a case study about how a story spreads through media, and the case in question is the Desmond Tutu story our Matt Snyders broke in these very pages. It's a big win for activists, to be sure. Cecilie Surasky, who is mentioned in Schmickle's post (and who we profile ... More >>
Much multimedia coming this evening in advance of this week's print issue. This morning we've got a new slideshow from the No Coast Craft-o-Rama, three new Blotter posts, plus the links of the day inside.
Happy Monday good people, and welcome back to the days of daily, morning updates. We have some exciting things planned -- more regular posts, more multimedia content, audio downloads of bands and enhanced coverage of community events -- that we think will enhance the material in our print paper as w ... More >>
A local lawyer is taking record companies to court, insisting on a fair hearing for downloaders
MINNEAPOLIS -- City Pages is pleased to announce that Matt Snyders has been hired by the Star-Tribune to serve as the new Reader’s Representative. Starting next week, Snyders, a 23-year-old City Pages fellow, will take calls and letters from concerned readers and attempt to sympathize with their ... More >>
Did the feces of feathered fiends cause the I-35W bridge collapse?
Local pornographer claims his tale inspired Kevin Smith's latest
The ink-stained Benedict Arnold gets his comeuppance in court
Xcel asks customers to pick up the tab for global warming