4/10: Morning Communique
CITY PAGES BLOGS
Steve Monaco has the Monday Movie Quiz at Couch Pundit.
Epidemiologists fear events like the Hajj have all the ingredients necessary to seed epidemics.
The California state Senate will consider a bill that would require California schools to teach students about the contributions gay people have made to society -- an effort that supporters say is an attempt to battle discrimination and opponents say is designed to use the classroom to get children to embrace homosexuality.
Volkswagen has scooped the polo.eu domain name, despite fierce competition from Ralph Lauren and Polo-mint maker Nestle.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Pat is a second-year student at the U of M, hoping to double-major in English and Russian. Follow his MSA campaign, and look for upcoming changes, at his site, A Plain Picture.
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A Virtual Tour of the 1906 Earthquake in Google Earth
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I've got the crypt, and I'll be there one day. It just seems fitting somehow."
-- 80-year-old magazine magnate Hugh Hefner, on his plans to be buried next to Playboy's first cover model, Marilyn Monroe, in L.A.'s Westwood Memorial Park
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