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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Britt Robson analyzes the one-point loss by the Wolves to the Clippers at Balls.
A school program to fight childhood obesity that includes yoga is drawing complaints from some Christian parents in the Quesnel area in British Columbia's Cariboo region who believe yoga is a religion.
Modern Drunkard magazine has declared the late actor/wrestler Andre the Giant the Greatest Drunk on Earth.
Cisco Systems sued Apple Inc. in federal court Wednesday, saying the computer maker's new iPhone violates its trademark.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
A St. Paul filmmaker blogs on daydreaming, ant-infested kitchens, and writing science fiction novels at Deep Thoughts With Blogagaard.
Guess the name of the movie depicted using office supplies at Stationery Movies. I'm still missing four.
PlateWire allows you to send in license plate numbers of offensive drivers you've encountered to warn others and shame the offenders. Here are the bad Minnesota drivers so far.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"You talk about the hostile enemy, obviously being Iraq, but hostile enemies right here on the home front: Yesterday Senator Ted Kennedy, proposing that any kind of a troop surge should mean there should be congressional approval of that."
— Former Miss Minnesota and Miss America turned Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson, interviewing White House counselor Dan Bartlett, who stated the White House didn't view the senior senator from Massachusetts as a hostile enemy. MSNBC's Keith Olbermann honored Gretch as "Worst Person in the World" for her comment.
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