Tom Horgen | Star Tribune
Digital Features Editor | Variety

Tom Horgen is the digital features editor for the Star Tribune's Variety section, overseeing online and social media strategy. Previously, he was a lifestyle and entertainment editor for the paper. He started his career as a reporter covering the bar and restaurant scene.

A lifelong Minnesotan, Horgen lives in St. Paul with his wife and two young children. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in film studies. He only watches children's movies these days (because he has two young children). But one day he hopes to once again watch movies that do not contain cute, talking animals.


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