6/9: Morning Communique
[CITY PAGES BLOGS]
Peter S. Scholtes adds 22 hip hop songs and eight R&B classics to the list at Complicated Fun.
The Simpsons movie is a go, while Universal dumps Watchmen. More cartoon, movie, and graphic novel news at Culture to Go.
The Tulsa Parks Board discussed a controversial plan Tuesday morning to install an exhibit chronicling the biblical account of creation in the Tulsa Zoo.
The state would start naming companies with the most workers enrolled in taxpayer-funded Medicaid programs if Gov. Blagojevich signs a measure that business leaders say would have no impact other than to generate "a list of shame" that would embarrass them.
[MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY]
News and politics get sent through the ringer at the Minnesota Critic.
A South African fisherman who lost his right thumb now has a right thumb again, but one less big toe.
The over-rated play Rent comes to the big screen this fall with Rosario Dawson, Taye Diggs, and Jesse L. Martin.
[FREEDOM OF SPEECH]
"God gives me ideas, and I paint them."
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