Saint Paul: Communications
Newspapers and Magazines
Saint Paul's major daily newspaper is the Saint Paul Pioneer Press. Other newspapers appearing daily in the Twin Cities area are the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Minnesota Daily, and Finance and Commerce. Minnesota Monthly is a magazine focusing on topics of state and regional interest.
Approximately 60 magazines, journals, and newsletters originate in the metropolitan area, covering topics such as law, furniture, religion, feminist issues, and agriculture. Member or special interest publications for professional associations, religious organizations, trade groups, and fraternal societies are also based in the city.
Television and Radio
Two commercial and two public television stations broadcast from Saint Paul; cable service is also available. Four FM and two AM radio stations furnish music, news, and information programming. The headquarters of the Minnesota Public Radio Network, an affiliate of National Public Radio, is located in Saint Paul. American Public Media produces "Saint Paul Sunday," a popular program that is broadcast live nationally from Saint Paul.
Media Information: Saint Paul Pioneer Press, 345 Cedar Street, Saint Paul, MN 55101; telephone (651)222-1111.Minnesota Monthly, Minnesota Monthly Publications, Inc., 730 Second Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55402; telephone (612)371-5800
Saint Paul Online
City of Saint Paul home page. Available www.ci.stpaul.mn.us
Mall of America home page. Available www.mallofamerica.com
Minnesota Department of Trade and Economic Development home page. Available www.deed.state.mn.us
Minnesota Historical Society home page. Available www.mnhs.org
Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce home page. Available www.saintpaulchamber.com
Saint Paul city guide online. Available www.saint-paul.com
Saint Paul Convention and Visitors Bureau home page. Available www.stpaulcvb.org
Saint Paul Pioneer Press home page. Available www.twincities.com
Saint Paul Public Library home page. Available www.st.paul.lib.mn.us
Brin, Ruth F., Bittersweet Berries: Growing Up Jewish in Minnesota (Holy Cow Press, 1998)
Cleary, Edward J., Robin Desser (ed.), Beyond the Burning Cross: A Landmark Case of Race, Censorship and the First Amendment (Vintage Books, 1995)
Fitzgerald, F. Scott, Taps at Reveille (New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1935)
MacCabee, Paul, John Dillinger Slept Here: A Crooks' Tour of Crime and Corruption in St. Paul, 1920-1926 (Minnesota Historical Society)
Millett, Larry, Lost Twin Cities (Minnesota Historical Society)
Valdes, Dionicio Nodin, Barrios Nortenos: St. Paul and Midwestern Mexican Communities in the Twentieth Century (University of Texas Press, 2000)
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