Randy A. Salas

Digital Producer | Features
Phone: 612-673-4542
Randy Salas is the assistant features editor of the Star Tribune. When he's not watching DVDs, he's playing video games -- occasionally even both at the same time. (It can be done). In Randy's world, life is high-def.

Recent content from Randy A. Salas

Citizens Kane & Jane

Grass-roots "citizen journalism" is taking off in Minnesota's online communities as moonlighters report on issues they say the mass media are missing.

Updated: May 02, 2008, - 03:21 PM

Where to shop

Here is a sampling of retailers in the Twin Cities and online that sell eco-friendly clothing:

Updated: April 24, 2008, - 02:30 PM

Getting back in the groove with LPs

LP Dock is a handy system for transferring old vinyl albums to the digital domain.

Updated: April 21, 2008, - 05:39 PM

Free movies! Line forms at the library

Patrons seem more than willing to wait, at times for months, to borrow a free DVD.

Updated: April 20, 2008, - 11:33 PM

Technobabble: Where's the Wii?

Nintendo's hot video-game console is no easier to buy now than when it came out in November 2006 amid much buzz.

Updated: April 16, 2008, - 12:10 PM

'American Idol': Michael Johns takes a surprisingly early exit

The annual stunner came early this year on "American Idol" as Aussie powerhouse singer Michael Johns left Fox's top-rated TV show Thursday night.

Updated: April 14, 2008, - 06:12 PM

Mississippi King: National Geographic photographer comes to Minneapolis

World-renowned photographer Sam Abell comes to Minneapolis to share his photos and stories of the Mississippi River.

Updated: April 14, 2008, - 06:07 PM

Car-racing game is in the cards

Jacked, developed in Minneapolis, pits players against each other on a virtual racetrack.

Updated: April 14, 2008, - 10:40 AM

A cyber tour of the Arts

Join our docent as we survey the websites of Twin Cities arts organizations to see how they're doing. And watch your step.

Updated: April 07, 2008, - 09:53 PM

Centenarians: Living, learning

"The Blue Zone" author Dan Buettner has traveled the world to derive lessons from the people who live the longest.

Updated: March 31, 2008, - 05:53 PM

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