MPR, Keillor Agree To Restore 'Prairie Home' Online ArchivesMinnesota Public Radio says it has an agreement with Garrison Keillor to restore online access to old recordings of his "A Prairie Home Companion" radio show.
Keillor Jokes About Allegations In 1st Show Since FiringKeillor sang and told a few personal stories Wednesday at Yavapai College in Prescott.
Keillor: Alleged Sexual Misconduct Just 'Romantic Writing'Garrison Keillor described several sexually suggestive emails he exchanged with a former researcher who accused him of sexual misconduct as "romantic writing" that never resulted in a physical relationship.
Report: Fired Employee First Reported Keillor MisconductThe person who first accused the creator of "A Prairie Home Companion" of inappropriate conduct with a female employee was a disgruntled male staffer who spoke up after he was fired from the show last summer, according to a report published Friday.
‘Writers Don’t Need Plaques’: Keillor Responds To 'U' Taking Down His PlaqueFormer Minnesota Public Radio personality Garrison Keillor is responding to the University of Minnesota’s decision to take down his plaque on the Scholars Walk.
Keillor: MPR Did Not Have Face-To-Face Talk With Me"If I am guilty of harassment, then every employee who stole a pencil is guilty of embezzlement," he said.
Allegations Against Garrison Keillor Went Beyond A Single TouchMinnesota Public Radio is providing additional detail of allegations of sexual harassment against humorist Garrison Keillor.
Keillor In Mediation With Minnesota Public Radio Over FiringGarrison Keillor wrote on his Facebook page Friday that a second day of mediation was held at a law firm in downtown Minneapolis.
'Prairie Home' Gets New Name After Keillor's FiringChris Thile, the mandolin virtuoso who has hosted the weekly variety show since Keillor's retirement last year, announced the new name Saturday evening as the show opened a live performance in New York City.
Keillor Says MPR Fired Him Without Full InvestigationGarrison Keillor says Minnesota Public Radio was wrong to fire him last week without fully investigating what a senior executive has described as "multiple allegations" against the former "A Prairie Home Companion" host spanning an extended period of time.
Report: MPR Exec Says Keillor Had 'Multiple Allegations' Against HimMPR's president told employees they cut ties with Garrison Keillor after "multiple allegations" surfaced.
Keillor's 'Prairie Home' Replacement Calls Allegations 'Heartbreaking'Chris Thile on Saturday addressed alleged improper conduct by Keillor in the opening minutes of the first show to be broadcast since news of the allegations broke.