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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Peter Schilling Jr. tips his hat to the newer faces on the Twins roster that made the difference in yesterday's victory over the Angels. Check out the details at Balls.
Pizza Man talks about the recent shooting of a fellow delivery person, prompting a dissertation on the derision his compatriots suffer on the Streets of Pizza.
Check out the latest from a Minnesota contingent at the World Series of Poker at Balls.
Some Holy See buildings will start using solar energy, reflecting Pope Benedict XVI's concern about conserving the Earth's resources, according to a Vatican engineer.
Researchers have identified a gene that dramatically increases a person's risk for developing Alzheimer's if they are already predisposed to this type of dementia, according to a study released Wednesday.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Paul's a 28-year-old Minnesotan/Canadian who blogs on hockey, Jerry Falwell, Sven Sundgaard, and why he's boycotting the Twin Cities Pride Festival at Welcome to My Life.
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Memorable moments in television history: David Letterman guest starring on Mork & Mindy
Have you met Latawnya the pot-smoking horse?
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Who would go to a firm like that again to ask them to do that work? I mean, this is a pretty basic thing."
— London Mayor Ken Livingstone, on the unattractive logo recently unveiled for the London 2012 Olympic Games
"It's tragic... What they were looking at didn't constitute a crime... I would, absolutely."
— presumed GOP presidential candidate Fred Thompson, when asked on Hannity & Colmes if he would pardon Scooter Libby
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