3/17: Morning Communique
CITY PAGES BLOGS
Britt Robson breaks down last night's Timberwolves game at Balls!
Lindsey Thomas is blogging from SXSW at Culture To Go.
A large and previously unknown reservoir of water ice may have been found below the surface of Mars, new radar observations suggest.
The Pentagon's official watchdog will investigate allegations by Halliburton Co. water experts that their company endangered U.S. troops in Iraq by failing to provide safe shower and laundry water.
The new Star Wars television series will film more than 100 episodes, and is expected to debut sometime in 2008. And we can all pray it's Jar Jar-free.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Liberal pastor, jmjm, DeKlined, and Evigil aren't huge fans of the representative from Minnesota's 2nd District. Check them out at Dump John Kline.
Two brothers live on a houseboat in the middle of a field in a very strange movie called The Neverything
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I didn't realize until I was two or three years into the show that I had actually taken my father's death gasp and turned it into a national joke. ... That story itself put me on a shrink's couch for years to come."
-- Ron Palillo, on the laugh he developed for his character, Sweathog Arnold Horshack, in the 1970s TV series "Wlecome Back, Kotter," which is being made into a feature film starring Ice Cube
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