12/04 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Britt Robson analyzes the Timberwolves' win in Philadelphia at Balls.
Blind Boys of Alabama and +44 are just a few of the acts playing around town tonight. Check out Chuck Terhark's City Planner at Culture To Go for more information.
Find out who's responsible for kicking those imams off the U.S. Airways flight at American Idle.
Christopher Lohse, a social work master's student at Southern Connecticut State University, says he has proven what many progressives have probably suspected for years: a direct link between mental illness and support for President Bush.
Without notifying the public, federal agents for the past four years have assigned millions of international travelers, including Americans, computer-generated scores rating the risk they pose of being terrorists or criminals.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
A crotchety Santa Claus spreads his version of yuletide cheer throughout the Twin Cities, leaving a trail of laughs and Schlitz at Chuck Olsen's Vlog Santa.
A Charlie Brown Christmas: The Alternate Ending
Seinfeld: The Lost Episode (featuring new footage from Michael Richards)
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"The best cat litter trays are those with a roof over—rather like a cat carrying basket. With this type the kitten, as it gets older, is less likely to kick cat litter around the room when covering its pees and poos."
— Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson, offering advice on kitten care at the band's official website
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