6/19 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Andrea Myers checked out last night's sold-out Ryan Adams show at the Cedar. Read her review, and view Daniel Corrigan's photos, in our gallery section.
DVD reviews this week include the Die Hard Collection, Big Nothing, Pacino: An Actor's Vision, and more.
Peter Schilling Jr. discusses the Twins' loss last night to the Mets at Balls.
We remember the only Chinese nurse to care for the "Flying Tigers" during World War II at Corpus Obscurum.
Download free MP3s from local artists such as Brother Ali, Tim Rally Gold, Little Man, Ben Weaver, the Plastic Constellations, and more at Music To Go.
Excessive mating by wild hares at Milan's Linate airport has blocked takeoffs, landings, and radar systems.
The Kellogg Co. said that it would phase out advertising its products to children younger than 12 and stop using licensed characters unless the foods meet specific nutrition guidelines for calories, sugar, fat, and sodium.
A new Canadian survey, apparently the first of its kind in four decades, reports that 8 percent of dreams swirl around sexual situations.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Carol E. showcases a new photo every day honoring our capital city at St. Paul Daily Photo.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"This proves that the judges had sympathy for an old man who doesn't have a job."
— 83-year-old former Price is Right host Bob Barker, upon receiving his 19th Daytime Emmy Award
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