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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
David Brauer subs for Britt Robson, discussing Garnett's 44-point game at Balls.
We remember pioneering female kickboxer Lilly Rodriguez at Corpus Obscurum.
Download free MP3s from local artists such as Big Quarters, Fort Wilson Riot, Malachi Constant, and more at Music To Go.
The city of Miami is planning an official celebration at the Orange Bowl whenever Cuban president Fidel Castro dies.
The Church of England is staging its first "U2-charist" communion service in the central town of Lincoln—replacing hymns with hit songs by the Irish supergroup.
Air America Radio announced Monday that it has reached a tentative agreement to be sold to the founder of a New York area real estate company and that its headline personality, Al Franken, would be leaving next month.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Jason Schueppert is currently working on a degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling and blogs about stinky college roommates, interrupting chickens, and one of my new favorite bands, Casiotone For The Painfully Alone, at Thirsty Thursday.
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Waiting for you Bears fans this weekend: The Ladies of Alary's
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Michael, I feel, needs to become a Muslim because I think it's a great protection for him from all the things that he's been attacked with, which are false."
— singer Jermaine Jackson, offering advice to his brother, the troubled King of Pop
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