Investigation: For Some Who Lived In It, Keillor’s World Wasn’t Funny


Nate Ryan | MPR News file 2015

Garrison Keillor performs during A Prairie Home Companion at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul in September 2015.

When Minnesota Public Radio abruptly severed ties with Garrison Keillor in November, the sole explanation offered by the company was “inappropriate behavior” with a female colleague.

For his part, the creator and longtime host of A Prairie Home Companion described his offense as nothing more than having placed his hand on a woman’s back to console her.

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