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CITY PAGES BLOGS
Jim Walsh has a shot of the reunited Replacements at the Walsh Files.
Scientists can grow frog and mouse meat in the lab, and are now working on pork, beef and chicken. Their goal is to develop an industrial version of the process in five years.
Tennessee State Rep. Debra Maggart believes homosexual couples should not be allowed to adopt children because they may molest the children they adopt.
John Claassen is suing the popular online matchmaker eHarmony for refusing to help him find a date. The company says there's one good reason for that: He's still married.
Oil services company Halliburton Co. repeatedly overcharged taxpayers and provided substandard cost reports under a $1.2 billion contract to restore Iraq's southern oil fields, according to a new report by U.S. Rep. Henry Waxman.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Aliecat had an NG tube down her throat for 24 hours. And she hates those eHarmony ads. Read more at The Kitty Kat Lounge.
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FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Arrested Development reached its end, creatively, as a series."
-- Show creator Mitch Hurwitz, after talks with Showtime to pick up the cancelled series failed
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