Newspapers - Southeast, Southeast Angle, The Bridge
The Southeast Angle was a monthly newspaper covering the Nicollet Island, Marcy Holmes, University, Como and Prospect Park neighborhoods of Minneapolis. Originally published under the name: Southeast – A Journal for a Minneapolis Community, the first issue in April, 1975 featured a picture of the Dinkytown railroad bridge collapse (see sidebar). The heart and soul of Southeast was "volunteer" editor, and Marcy-Holmes resident, Ted Tucker. Ted wore many hats in the production of Southeast, even hand-delivering issues to our doorsteps. Most cover photography in the 1970s and 1980s was by Prospect Park resident Donald Kahn.
Issues beginning with the 25th anniversary April, 2002 issue were available online in 2003-2004 at: www.southeastangle.info, but this is no longer the case.
In 2005 Southeast Angle and the newspaper for the Seward neighborhood across the river (Seward Profile) were combined into one newspaper called The Bridge.
The Angle was owned by Southeast Publications, a non-profit corporation governed by an elected board of community members, and published under contract by Triangle Park Creative.
Indexes of issues
Lists of backissues for each decade of Southeast and Southeast Angle newspaper are available on this website: