Kristin Tillotson

Reporter | Features
Phone: 612-673-7046
A Strib journalist for nearly 20 years, Kristin Tillotson now writes mostly for features on a broad range of topics, and sometimes for news.

Recent content from Kristin Tillotson

Pulling the shades on E L James

The author of the "Fifty Shades" phenomenon seems like the core fans she'll meet in Edina Thursday -- suburban, prone to fantasy, but with a lot more money.

Updated: September 18, 2012, - 08:52 AM

'The Story of Film': An Odyssey

Walker present 15 hours of the history of cinema.

Updated: September 13, 2012, - 02:58 PM

Ties to adult ad site costs City Pages business

Concerns about Backpage.com led at least two advertisers to say they will split with the alt weekly.

Updated: September 07, 2012, - 11:04 PM

'Bachelorette'

What could have been a debauched romp is short on humor.

Updated: September 07, 2012, - 12:01 PM

New pressure mounts on City Pages to stop adult ads

Capitalizing on the controversy over Backpage.com, a New York activist is trying to pressure the alt weekly's advertisers.

Updated: September 06, 2012, - 05:57 PM

'Bachelorette': Girls behaving badly -- badly

REVIEW: What could have been a debauched romp is short on humor -- even the dark kind.

Updated: September 06, 2012, - 03:20 PM

Junot Diaz's tough love

The stories in Junot Díaz's long-awaited new book grapple with the vagaries of the human heart, from the painful to the hilarious.

Updated: September 02, 2012, - 07:18 AM

Filmmakers lose Legacy money after review error

The state Office of Grants Management, citing technicalities, revoked Legacy Amendment grants that already had been made.

Updated: September 01, 2012, - 05:48 PM

Hear Junot Díaz read an excerpt from ‘This Is How You Lose Her’

Talking Volumes author, Junot Díaz reads an excerpt from his book, “This Is How You Lose Her”.

Updated: August 31, 2012, - 05:08 PM

Afternoon idyll, Hmong-style

More than 200 merchants ply their wares, produce and authentic food dishes at Hmongtown Marketplace, a former lumber yard that now serves as supply central for St. Paul's sizable Hmong community.

Updated: August 24, 2012, - 01:39 PM

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