Newspapers and Magazines
The major daily newspaper in Minneapolis is the Star Tribune. Several neighborhood and suburban newspapers are distributed weekly in the city.
Mpls. St.Paul is a magazine focusing on metropolitan life in the Twin Cites. A popular publication with a national distribution is The Utne Reader. Other special interest magazines based in Minneapolis pertain to such subjects as religion, aviation, business, entertainment, hunting and conservation, minority issues, medicine, politics, and computers.
Television and Radio
Four television stations broadcast out of Minneapolis, as do two cable stations. Radio listeners can choose from 17 AM and FM stations. Programming includes ethnic music, jazz, gospel, classical music, easy listening, and news and public affairs.
Media Information: Star Tribune, 425 Portland Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55415; telephone (612)673-4000; toll-free (800)827-8742
BusinessLink, Minneapolis Community Development Agency home page. Available www.mcda.org
City of Minneapolis home page. Available www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us
Greater Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce home page. Available www.minneapolischamber.org
Greater Minneapolis Convention and Visitors Association home page. Available www.minneapolis.org/gmcva
Hennepin History Museum home page. Available www.hhmuseum.org/index.htm
Mall of America home page. Available www.mallofamerica.com
Minneapolis Public Library home page. Available www.mpls.lib.mn.us
Minneapolis Public Schools home page. Available www.mpls.k12.mn.us
Minnesota Historical Society home page. Available www.mnhs.org
Star Tribune home page. Available www.startribune.com
Carlson, Peggie, The Girls Are Coming (Midwest Reflections) (Minnesota Historical Society)
Millett, Larry, Lost Twin Cities (Minnesota Historical Society)
Weiner, Jay, Stadium Games: Fifty Years of Big League Greed and Bush League Boondoggles (University of Minnesota Press, 2000)
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