2/28 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Britt Robson's last Three-Pointer is now posted at Balls. We thank Britt for all his work at City Pages and wish him well.
Peter S. Scholtes has the last official 2006 list: Top 50 CDs from 2006 at Complicated Fun
We're happy to announce the release of our new Media Taster! The City Pages Media Taster lets you actually hear the great music you read about in City Pages—just launch, click, and listen. Simply download the Media Taster and you'll automatically receive a digital mixtape of music on a semi-regular basis (including free MP3s), legal and free of charge.
A University of Minnesota student's graduation is in jeopardy because she's refusing to pay for a scholarship for studies in Tanzania where she suffered sexual harrassment and numerous rape attempts.
A Vancouver woman admitted Monday that she coached her two children—beginning when they were 4 and 8 years old—to fake retardation so she could collect Social Security benefits on their behalf.
A teenage girl in southern Pakistan, whose late father lost her in a poker game when she was two years old, has asked authorities to save her from being handed over to a middle-aged relative.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Steve from Minneapolis photographs and reviews local concerts, and schools the uninitiated on national and international acts with links and videos at Rock 'n' Roll Star.
Top All-Time Political Donors from opensecrets.org
Everyone is having fun at the house party until a couple of drunken Jedis get into it
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I felt very remorseful for having thrown the phone at someone that didn't deserve it."
— Model Naomi Campbell, who's apparently fine with throwing phones at people who do deserve it. Campbell lost her shit and hit her maid with a cell phone over a pair of missing jeans last year.
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