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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Britt Robson discusses the Timberwolves' four-game winning streak at Balls.
After six years, the neo-con job jar is still pretty full at American Idle.
Sean Lennon, Jeremy Enigk, and Hoobastank are just a few of the acts playing around town tonight. Check out Chuck Terhark's City Planner at Culture To Go for a complete itinerary.
A plan to build a mosque in the Houston suburb of Katy has triggered a neighborhood dispute, with community members warning the place will become a terrorist hotbed and one man threatening to hold pig races on Fridays just to offend the Muslims.
An aspiring actress, Zhang Yu, is waging a one-woman campaign against the use of the casting couch in China's film industry by posting clips of herself having sex with famous directors on the internet.
The Indian Council of Medical Research said its initial findings from a two-year study showed 60 percent of men in the financial capital Mumbai had penises too small for condoms designed to meet international size specifications.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Josh Hawkins blogs about advertising, marketing, and social media tactics at Splintered Channels.
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What the Chipmunks sound like slowed down
The worst Christmas specials and TV movies ever
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Because Hollingshead is a first-time writer, we wished to discourage him from further attempts."
— the editors of Literary Review magazine, honoring author Iain Hollingshead with the Bad Sex in Fiction Award for his novel, Twenty Something
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