10/12 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
J*DaVeY, Paul Simon, and Secret Machines are just a few of the acts performing tonight. Check out Chuck Terhark's City Planner at Culture To Go for a complete itinerary.
We remember Flintstones animator Ed Benedict at Corpus Obscura.
Wisconsin secretary of state candidate Sandy Sullivan, a 65-year-old Republican with no political experience, self-published a gushing memoir in 2004 titled "Green Bay Love Stories and Other Affairs" in which she claims she was the girlfriend of Green Bay Packers Paul Hornung and Dan Currie.
Ottawa County, Michigan, will pay about $40,000 to correct an embarrassing typographical error on its Nov. 7 election ballot that had "public" rendered as "pubic."
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Kudos to Randy Salas on the first anniversary of the Star Tribune's blog dedicated to finding the cool and the quirky on the internet, Web Search.
Minnesota Vikings postage stamps
The Turkish Star Trek: Ömer the Tourist
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"You might be extremely qualified, but if your life isn't squeaky clean, you can't be president. If you applied the same moral standards to most of the presidents we've had, they wouldn't even be nominated."
— Actor/comedian Robin Williams, discussing politics on the eve of the opening of Barry Levinson's satire Man of the Year
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