3/14 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGE NEWS AND BLOGS
Stephen Litel talks to Larry Bird about Kevin Garnett and last night's Wolves-Pacers game at Balls.
A Connecticut man is donning ski masks wherever he goes to dispel the myth they're just for bank robbers and terrorists.
The late John Denver's 1972 hit song "Rocky Mountain High" has become Colorado's second official song. West Virginia adopted Denver's song "Take Me Home, Country Roads," also as a second song. Is there a Denver song for Minnesota? Leave it in the comments!
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Pamela is studying toward a degree in journalism at the U and blogging about a moody Ike Reilly, playing the violin, and kickboxing at Pamela from Brooklyn.
Can you guess all 50 guitar icons pictured here?
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"When the Secular Coalition asked me to complete a survey on my religious beliefs, I indicated I am a Unitarian who does not believe in a supreme being."
— California Rep. Pete Stark (D), the first member of Congress—and the highest-ranking elected official in the U.S.—to publicly acknowledge not believing in God.
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