11/21 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Wookiefoot offshoot Mad Love is at the Fine Line tonight. Get the whole scoop in Chuck Terhark's City Planner at Culture To Go.
About 1 percent of Web sites indexed by Google and Microsoft are sexually explicit, according to a U.S. government-commissioned study.
A botched kidnapping in Wichita ended with one of the assailants shooting himself in the left testicle.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
St. Paul resident Ethel blogs on vomiting dogs, gay rights, and roller derby at Chicken Lady Loves Life.
Time magazine publishes 5 Myths About the Midterm Elections
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I figure if this was truly a dance competition they would have voted for the better dancer. I would like to think the criteria was based solely on being the best dancer, and I thought we did enough to accomplish that. I'm not crying over spilled milk. If I was going to lose to someone, it couldn't have been to a better guy than Emmitt Smith."
— Television footnote Mario Lopez, not at all bitter about losing to a Hall of Fame running back on Dancing with the Stars
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