StephenHero is the laboratory for Steve Marsh’s more amateurish material. He has written, ahem, professionally for City Pages, Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal. He really should have a book idea by this point, but he’s too lazy.

That’s why he has a blog.


8 Responses

  1. what happened to your blog on mspmag’s website?

  2. Well, I’ll be the first. Good luck on the blog, Steve.

  3. White Stripes analogies, Glamorama… Did Jane and you make out afterward? :)

  4. Never a dull word here.

  5. Hello Steve.

    I was wondering if I could send you a copy of our new record, “Until We Hear From Dave.”? It’s taken us a while to get this record out and we’re looking forward to sharing it with others.

    I could also add you to the list at one of our upcoming shows. Just let me know.




    “The offbeat gallery (The Soap Factory)…has the scariest public
    basement in southeast Minneapolis”
    Mary Abbe, Star Tribune 9/13/07

    “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet…”
    The Soap Factory

    Beginning October 19, The Soap Factory will open its doors to it’s
    notoriously creepy basement for the most legitimately scary haunted
    house in Minneapolis. Designed by local artists Chris Pennington and
    Aaron Wojack, the raw confines of The Soap Factory’s undeveloped
    basement will provide a Halloween experience unlike any other. Groups
    will explore the 120-year-old basement with only the light of their
    handheld lanterns to guide them. This event is 18+ and a waiver must
    be signed before entering…that’s how scary it is.

    The Soap Factory
    518 2nd Street SE
    Minneapolis 55414

    OCT 19th – OCT 31st
    7:00PM until 10:30PM
    Important note: closed October 27th for private party

    Signed Waiver required

    Cost: $10
    All proceeds go to keeping The Soap Factory alive and well.

  7. I promise I’m not spam. I’m the Marketing Manger for Turner Publishing.

    I’m going around to all local bloggers and freelancers to let them know about our new books, the Historic Photos of St. Paul by Steve Trimble or the Historic Photos of Minneapolis by Heather Lawton. We’d love to send you a complimentary copy of one or both for possible review consideration on your blog. This title is done in a large 10×10 format and all images represent rare or never before seen photos of the Twin Cities. We’re trying to get the word out to local folks, so I hope you don’t mind me dropping you a line to let you know about our books!

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Rachel Joiner
    Marketing Manager

  8. None more metal, none more gay…

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