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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Steve Monaco delivers another edition of his No-Life Bottom Three countdown at Couch Pundit.
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More than 300 people paid $5 for all-you-can-eat goat, lamb and bull testicles Saturday at the ninth annual Testicle Festival at Mama's Place Bar and Grill in Elderon in central Wisconsin.
Researchers from Germany found that four years into a relationship, less than half of 30-year-old women wanted regular sex.
Almost 1 billion people worldwide have high blood pressure, and over half a billion more will harbor this silent killer by 2025, according to a study out of Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
A local tech writer blogs about the hottness of Eddie Izzard, the Arcade Fire, and Mexican female wrestlers/murderers at The Truth Hurts.
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How to make a Han Solo in carbonite chocolate bar
We're half-way through National Masturbation Month—how's it going so far?
You can sign a Bring Back Drive 105 petition if it makes you feel better
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Looking back now, I probably should have [charged], I could have paid for my Subway sandwiches."
— Subway spokeman Jared Fogel, on Z99.5-FM in Indianapolis, responding to claims he rented videos from his vast porn collection during his college days
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