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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Britt Robson discusses last night's Timberwolves/Pistons game at Balls.
Share your memories of Bill Batson on the eve of his 50th birthday with Jim Walsh at Culture To Go.
The letter "X" soon may be banned in Saudi Arabia because it resembles the mother of all banned religious symbols in the oil kingdom: the cross.
The best-selling console during the holiday season in America was Sony's six-year-old PlayStation 2.
An east German pensioner who breeds rabbits the size of dogs has been asked by North Korea to help set up a big bunny farm to alleviate food shortages in the communist country.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Peluca, the short film that inspired Napoleon Dynamite
This is what Muppet Babies leads to: Hannibal Rising, the cannibal as troubled teen
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I know you like your scotch, but don't order it... Last night when we were hiding in the closet, I had to take a leak in the worst way, and when I couldn't bear it any longer, I found a fairly empty bottle of Johnnie Walker Red - and now let's just say it's quite full."
— E. Howard Hunt, in his new book American Spy: My Secret History in the CIA, Watergate & Beyond, discouraging G. Gordon Liddy from ordering a drink on the eve of the Watergate break-in
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