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class=img_thumbleft>The Best of the Twin Cities 2007 are posted here: Arts and Entertainment , Bought and Sold , City Gritty , Foodstuff , Out and About , Restaurants , and Sex and Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll .
Amy Winehouse, Mika, and porn trailers from the '70s and '80s are just a few of the highlights from this week's Culture Jamming by Michael Gallucci.
Peter Schilling Jr. bemoans the Minnesota Twins' current batting slump at Balls.
Rose McGowan with a deadly leg prosthesis and animal people invading Lapland make up Steve Monaco's Movie Year So Far at Couch Pundit.
The maker of Astroglide accidentally exposed customer data files dating from 2003 to 2007 to Google's search engine, releasing over 250,000 names and addresses of those who bought or requested free samples of the sexual lubricant onto the web. [via Boing Boing]
A Maine woodworker is diversifying his business by building caskets and urns for family pets.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Minneapolitan Jeff Anderson blogs about the unrequited love for his ear, nose, and throat specialist, battling Crohn's disease, and dreams featuring celebrities at Jeff's Fancy Blog.
ArmChair GM uses Mark McGwire and Barry Bonds baseball cards to track potential steroid use
Sometimes you wanna go... and take an easy TV theme song quiz
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Although the swastika symbol causes some concern and is usually associated with hate and the Nazi regime, in this instance this male posed no threat to the community."
— a press release from the Nanaimo Police Department of British Columbia, on the arrest of a Canadian man who was found walking around naked with a swastika taped to his body to mark Adolf Hitler's birthday
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