Minneapolis Alt-Weekly to Cease Publishing

april 26, 2007  08:53 am
Two-time AAN applicant Pulse of the Twin Cities will shut down within the month, the Star Tribune reports. The paper was founded by community activist Ed Felien in 1997 after the Twin Cities Reader was shuttered. "It's been a wonderful run; I've loved every minute of it and hated every minute of it," Felien says, adding that it "has never been financially remunerative." Felien tells the Star Tribune that he will continue to publish his monthly newspaper, Southside Pride, and he also suggests that Pulse may continue to maintain an online presence.