All the news that mattered Monday morning.Front page editors around Minnesota were doubtless biting their fingernails last night as the White House kept pushing back its official announcement that Osama bin Laden had been shot and killed in a firefight outside Islamabad, Pakistan. But confir ... More >>
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A once proud newspaper makes grim concessions to economic realities
"You'll be happy after the closing. You will barely know it happens." Thus spoke Dean Singleton, CEO of the MediaNews Group, when he met with employees of the St. Paul Pioneer Press on April 27. At the time, Singleton had just emerged as the most likely buyer of the Pi Press, which was left orphaned ... More >>
The Strib puts the squeeze on production workers
Way back in November, when news first broke of a shareholder revolt at Knight Ridder, the Star Tribune rather forcefully poo-poohed the possibility that the Strib's parent company, McClatchy, might make a bid for the faltering newspaper chain. In the Twin Cities market, this was a matter of no trifl ... More >>
Email from Venus of All the Pretty Horses, who play their last show at the Triple Rock on Friday, January 13: This will be ATPH's last show. The band is taking a hiadis and is not scheduling any more performances until further notice. (it will be a long time) ATPH would like to thank Minneapolis and ... More >>
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Leave your family. Throw away your money. And don't worry. You'll never regret having done it.
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Picked to Click Pollsters cast their votes
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Public TV's capitol pledge drive
Crime pays in The Gangster Musical; romance founders in Adventures in Love
As the Tongues Wag, and Think Thin
At the Hennepin County courthouse, resentment over off-the-record meetings keeps simmering--off the record
Remembering crime reporter Nieson Himmel
Why would Pioneer Press editor Walker Lundy delve into news that's not fit to print?
Staffed by DJs and rockers, indie record stores are selling a scene
Child protection hearings are now open to the public, but it's members of the press who will be scrutinized
Advertising execs say Vance and Dwight Opperman's purchase of a share of Channel 4000 suggests that publishers are still struggling to make money on the Net.
Eighteen Months in the Info-Quarry.
Take Me Out to the Strip Mall...
The Twins deal: It's gotten more interesting, but it hasn't gotten any better.
That's a bigger question than usual in our 1996 new music poll.
Norm Coleman and friends see the mark of the anti-Christ in St. Paul.