10/30 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Read about Mac Hammond's latest endorsement at American Idle.
Lousy traffic, tweaking piemakers, crappy tippers, drunken fratboys, and explosive diarrhea combine to engineer one of the worst nights Pizzaman has experienced on the Streets of Pizza.
Ward Sutton and the GOP try to scare up some votes at Sutton Impact.
GWAR, James Blunt, and Meg Tilly are just a few of the acts around town tonight. Check Chuck Terhark's City Planner at Culture To Go for a complete itinerary.
Timberwolves open thread at Balls!
A Kansas woman was cited in connection with campaigning illegally for having an anti-GOP bumper sticker on a car she parked near a mall that doubles as a polling place during elections.
For the first time, women in India have legal protection against sexual, emotional, or verbal abuse in their own homes under a law that went into effect last Thursday.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Liz is a St. Paul school teacher blogging about Iowa, enormous bunny statues, and alley flowers, using a plethora of photos at Liz-On-Line.
This cat is the crappiest DJ I've ever heard
Family Guy spoofs Law & Order
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I think it will traumatize the United States more than it will foreign nations who, to some extent, don't have a centuries-old concept of equating black with negativity."
— Rev. Cecil "Chip" Murray, longtime leader of L.A.'s First African Methodist Episcopal Church and a producer of the film Color of the Cross, which features a black Jesus
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