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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Britt Robson analyzes the Timberwolves' weekend games at Balls.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day we remember his secretary, Dora E. McDonald, who passed away on Saturday, at Corpus Obscurum.
Exxon Mobil has stopped funding the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a nonprofit advocating limited government regulation, and other groups that have downplayed the risks of greenhouse emissions.
The rate of syphilis in China has skyrocketed, increasing 25-fold since the early 1990s, according to a new report from a government health agency.
A farmer's home in northern Serbia was destroyed in a blaze caused by three pigs that broke out of their pen, walked into the living room and knocked over the TV.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Sherman and Robert blog about multiple Thanksgivings, sacred time spent on Minnesota lakes, and quitting smoking at Fully Present.
[Minnesota-based blog directory
He skateboards, he water skis, he poops on the carpet: Extreme Pete
Watch how an Xbox is made
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I've been serving for 13 years, fighting for everyone's rights. Why wouldn't I be able to stand up for my own rights and participate in the freedoms that make this country what it is?"
— Air Force Staff Sgt. Michelle Manhart, who was relieved of her duties last week for participating in a Playboy magazine pictorial
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