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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Betting pools are closed: Diablo Cody has officially named her new breasts.
We remember the woman who gave Cap'n Crunch its flavor at Corpus Obscurum.
DVD Reviews this week include The Sergio Leone Anthology, Trading Places: "Looking Good, Feeling Good" Edition, Fantastic Voyage, and more.
Download free MP3s from local artists such as Askeleton, the Hopefuls, Chris Koza, M.anifest, the Plastic Constellations, and more at Music To Go.
A researcher at the Biomedical Engineering lab at the Univerisity of Florida placed neurons from a rat into a cell culture contected to a flight simulator, and the neurons learned how to fly an airplane.
A former eighth-grade teacher surrendered to Shelby County, Texas, authorities after school officials discovered photographs of the woman, partially-nude and draped in a rebel flag, on a student's cell phone.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
David Erickson scours YouTube, Google Video, etc., for the most interesting videos and posts them at Videolicio.us.
[Minnesota-based blog directory
Sgt. Pepper at 40, from A to Z from PopMatters
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"If you vote for Mitt Romney, you are voting for Satan!"
— Bill Keller, host of the Florida-based Live Prayer TV program
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