City Pages (Twin Cities)
  • 401 N. Third St.
  • Suite 550
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401
  • Phone: (612) 375-1015
  • Fax: (612) 372-3737
  • Circulation: 50,000 (as of June 2014)
  • Audited By: Audit Bureau of Circulations
  • Publication Day: Every Wednesday
  • Market Served: Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area and surrounding suburbs
  • National Advertising: Voice Media Group
  • Publishing Group: Voice Media Group
City Pages, founded in 1979 as a music paper, is now the largest, most-read news and arts weekly in the Twin Cities. In a highly literate market, City Pages has gained a reputation for standing apart from the pack through its investigative reporting, sense of humor, pointed arts coverage, tough watchdogging of local politicians and institutions, crisp graphics, and the strong voice of its writers. We have earned an engaged, committed readership and have garnered many awards, both locally and nationally.
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Recent AAN Awards

2011 Multimedia, 1st Place (Circulation N/A) by Emily Kaiser and Nick Vlcek
2010 Food Writing, 3rd Place (Circulation Above 50000) by Rachel Hutton
2010 Health Reporting, 3rd Place (Circulation Above 50000) by Erin Carlyle
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 18-49 (73.2%)

 F: 56.6%
 M: 43.4%
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Source: Media Audit, Spring 2004 and MRI, January 2002


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Recent Articles

Former Minnesota Vikings Punter Calls for Firing of 'Bigot' Coach

In a Deadspin article, provocatively titled, "I Was An NFL Player Until I Was Fired By Two Cowards And A Bigot," Kluwe says he's "pretty confident" the Vikings let him go as punishment for his off-the-field activism in support of same-sex marriage. City Pages caught up with Kluwe Thursday afternoon to talk about his post, the response and what happens next.
City Pages (Twin Cities)  |  Andy Mannix  |  01-03-2014  |  LGBT

The CC Club: An Oral History

Tales from the iconic bar in Minneapolis that served the likes of David Carr, Tom Arnold, and Tommy Stinson. Few establishments in the Twin Cities have seen more glasses emptied, cigarettes smoked, or strangers find each other.
City Pages (Twin Cities)  |  Olivia LaVecchia and Andy Mannix  |  05-06-2013  |  Features
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