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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Steve Monaco has this week's Monday Movie Quiz posted at Couch Pundit.
Rob Nelson interviews director Abel Ferrara about his new movie Go Go Tales at Culture To Go.
Chris Ward reviews Konami's new dating game, Brooktown High: Senior Year, at citypages.com/gaming.
The U.S. National Institutes of Health, which supports a variety of biomedical studies using animals, will stop breeding government-owned chimpanzees for research.
Sweden's Justice Ombudsman has received a letter from the Prisoners' Council at Sagsjön jail demanding the right to wear bikinis so the inmates can sunbathe.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
BrokenNails, Lapis, Legalese blog on the Bridges project, ward conventions, home foreclosures, and other news that affects St. Paul at BrokenNails.
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"Not unlike presenting for a haircut at a salon, women often brought along images to illustrate the desired appearance."
— London gynecologist Sarah Creighton and clinical psychologist Lih Mei Liao, the authors of a recent British medical journal article on the fast-growing trend of cosmetic surgery to the female genitalia
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