Amy Koch is the latest celebrity booked to appear at MinnRoast, MinnPost's April 26 event at the Pantages Theatre where "journalists and politicians" are "gently skewered."In a promotional post about the event, MinnPost notes that during Koch's 2011 appearance at MinnRoast, the "then-Senate Majority ... More >>
One interesting new tidbit from the Strib's Amy Koch exposé has to do with how news of Koch's affair with then-staffer Michael Brodkorb circulated back in December 2011.SEE ALSO: Amy Koch owns bowling alley, offers up unfortunate quote while talking about itTurns out news was spoon-fed to WCCO by l ... More >>
In a move that some suggest is undemocratic and hasty, the legislature may legalize wolf hunting.Yesterday, gray wolves were removed from the federal protection list, putting the animals under the control of the Minnesota DNR. And before the day was through, legislators were already developing pl ... More >>
MinnPost advertises Governor Mark Dayton's appearance at MinnRoastTomorrow night is the fourth annual MinnRoast, a fundraiser for MinnPost's "non-partisan, nonprofit" brand of journalism. And former Star Tribune columnist Nick Coleman argues convincingly today that the whole event compromises ... More >>
Kitty Kelley supports Nick Coleman.Celebrity biographer Kitty Kelley is so ticked off over Saint John's University's controversial ousting of Star Tribune columnist Nick Coleman that she withdrew her support for the school and slammed it on Huffington Post. Coleman was a Senior Fellow at the ... More >>
Star Tribune columnist was too offensive
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As difficult as it no doubt is for him to relive the trauma so soon, Magrath explains Howell would have insisted on it.
"She died doing the journalistic duty. ... That would be typical of her."
Is it high-quality journalism to run an interview with a controversial columnist and not challenge her opinions?
Will the son of God be sharing a cell with Bernie Madoff?
A former Strib columnist blasts "MENPost" for its disproportionately male staff. MinnPost's media critic rushes to the defense. Fight!
What's more fun than watching grumpy old men yell at each other?
Is Pawlenty starting to act like Shrek's Donkey in his attempt to be picked as the next Republican candidate for governor?
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In the Star Tribune's sad days of layoffs, cost cutting, and utter depression, the staff over at 425 Portland have a plea: please save us. We're begging you.
Blotter covers the weird Twin Cities news fit to print
Coleman spoke to Minnesota Public Radio about why he took the buyout, his career at the Star Tribune and the current state of journalism.
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?
Coleman said his newsroom goodbyes Friday, but will officially leave the paper's roster March 13 after more than 3,500 columns and 26 years of writing in the Twin Cities.
If you tried to apply for a spot, you are out of luck. The Star Tribune picked their two new Metro section columnists internally.
In a letter to a reader, Harte explains their decision to cut the Coleman and Kersten columns, saying their views ... More >>
Air America Minnesota struggles to get off the ground
Hugh Hewitt makes an enemy's list--Strib #2
In your face, loser: The citizen as fan
To one local bank, a Republican in need is a friend indeed
TCF Bank pulls advertising from the Star Tribune over the Nick Coleman/Power Line shouting match
In just eight months, chief Bill McManus has alienated the media, the pols, and the MPD rank and file. He must be doing something right.
How I learned to stop worrying and love the Strib
Nick Coleman flees the Pioneer Press. The Star Tribune hires another lippy white guy.
The specter of a newspaper strike looms in St. Paul --but no matter what happens, the Pioneer Press will never be the same
Babs has convinced the media players she's in the game, something the mayor seems not to have expected.