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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Peter Scholtes has the latest on KMOJ's quest for a new home at Culture To Go.
We remember Saul Swimmer, the director of The Concert for Bangladesh, at Corpus Obscurum.
Cast your ballot now for the Best of the Twin Cities 2007
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Thousands of harp seal pups have died in eastern Canada due to a lack of ice floes, caused by global warming, conservationists say.
Republican State Sen. Dan Patrick of Texas has proposed that pregnant women considering abortion be offered $500 not to end their pregnancies.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Mike Lyon blogs about his history with the Presidents of the United States, suffering from the Norwalk virus, and buying director Kenneth Anger's camera at Fourteen Seconds.
Quiz #1: Christian band or Star Trek episode?
Frank Zappa, Charles Grodin, the Replacements, and other celebrities banned from Saturday Night Live
Quiz#2: Arial or Helvetica?
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I actually buy my own clothes. It's kind of a drag. But I have a new philosophy, now I always wear whatever I'm wearing, the same outfit, for four days, and then I never wear it again. I do change my underwear though."
— actress Cameron Diaz, in case she gets in a car accident
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