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Twins playoff coverage by Britt Robson, G.R. Anderson Jr. and Chuck Terhark at Balls!
Corpus Obscura remembers the Philadelphia Phillies organist for 34 years, Paul Richardson.
Birthday Suits, Kasabian, and Carrie Fisher are just a few of the artists onstage tonight. Check out Chuck Terhark's City Planner at Culture To Go for a complete itinerary.
Today's Song du Jour is posted at The Walsh Files.
The Pope will overturn a belief held by Roman Catholics since medieval times by abolishing the concept of Limbo.
Security weaknesses have left millions of elderly, disabled and poor Americans vulnerable to unauthorized disclosure of their medical and personal records, federal investigators said.
Federal investigators are set to begin an investigation into a fire that ruined about four percent of America's yield of hops, used as flavoring in the brewing of beer and ale.
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Sky-Blue Waters posts on issues relating to alternative fuels, climate change, forestry, and environmental issues of the Upper Midwest.
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FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I don't buy this at all. I think this is a phony defense. The fact is, I think he's responsible for what he did here and I think it's a gimmick."
— Rep. Peter King (R-NY), calling bullshit on disgraced former Rep. Mark Foley's alcoholism excuse for IMing teenage boys
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