One of my favorite things about the Minnesota Fringe Festival is the aggressive manner in which theatergoers generate and seek out buzz.
Verse or Worse
Unlike the accounts-payable folks at Medicare — who shelled out something on the order of $100 million over the past decade to pay fraudulent claims bearing the ID numbers of dead physicians — the vast MinnPost public knows a dead doctor when it see
Even during a holiday week, lots of MinnPost readers found time to comment on topics ranging from offshore oil drilling to the Chinese Olympics, Iran, Iraq — and a slew of nominations for 150 Minnesota moments to forget…
Among the topics stirring MinnPost readers to comment recently were education funding, poll results, the dismal state of the Timberwolves and Red Lake drug trafficking. Here are some examples…
The Franken vs.
Politics & Policy
PHILADELPHIA, PA. — Guillermo Alvarez sipped from his plastic-foam cup of coffee Wednesday morning in the bowels of Wachovia Arena, home to the Philadelphia 76ers and Flyers.
Mozilla’s Firefox and Opera Software’s Opera are making a little bit of history this week with new security features, for which the developers deserve our gratitude.
Media News, which owns the Pioneer Press, is exploring Monday-Tuesday papers with shorter stories and fewer pages in several markets. The PiPress isn’t among them, but there’s more to the story.
By David Brauer
Al Franken’s first-ballot DFL endorsement in the U.S. Senate race dominated recent MinnPost comments, inspiring dozens of readers to air their views.
MinnPost readers were moved to comment recently on virtual schools, light rail issues, a potential war with Iran and turmoil in the Attorney General’s office, among other topics. And politics — lots of politics…
Ron Paul’s snubbing by the GOP, Mike Hatch’s era in the Minnesota attorney general’s office, persistent racism and Arne Carlson’s take on this year’s legislative session were among the issues prompting MinnPost readers’ recent comments…
Politics & Policy
The many lawyers who shared with MinnPost their experiences in former Attorney General Mike Hatch’s office say they’re very fearful that he and his successor, Lori Swanson, will find a way to retaliate and punish them — though the actual damage done
Eric Black Ink
Second of two articles Mike Hatch has had a successful public career.
Play the Walker Art Center’s “art as golf” exhibit and you’ll find that some holes are fairly easy; some are impossible. Some are labor-intensive, and more than a few will make you stop and think.
Assault and trespassing charges still hang in the air following a TV news scuffle at an Arabic charter school last week. What fueled the tinderbox? Favoritism. By David Brauer