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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Shooter Darin Back and art director Nick Vlcek both had the opportunity to spend some time photographing the members of Little Man. Click here to view the cover story gallery.
We remember Franks Sinatra's guitar player for 25 years at Corpus Obscurum.
Download free MP3s from local artists such as Little Man, Apraxia, Gay Beast, Romantica, the Slats, and more at Music To Go.
The Kansas State athletic department is discouraging its fans from practicing the custom of throwing live chickens onto the basketball court before games against Kansas following a stern letter from PETA.
An increase in the number of inappropriate comments at funeral masses has prompted Australia's most senior Catholic, Cardinal George Pell, to impose a five-minute deadline on eulogies and deem some areas of a person's life off limits.
The Food and Drug Administration is approving the first drug to keep dogs from vomiting when they get motion sickness.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Antonymous muses about the old days—walking 20 blocks home from work in a blizzard, etc. Actually, that was yesterday. Political discourse and commentary on our culture at Hot Soup in My Eye.
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The Top 25 Crimes of the 20th Century according to Time magazine
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Enough real bad things happen in this city to worry about how I am going to use the word."
— Ron Roecker, vice president of communication for the Recording Academy, on New York City's recent ban of the word "nigger" and its request that the academy not nominate musicians for Grammy awards if they use the word in their lyrics
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