7/13: Morning Communique
CITY PAGES BLOGS
An offer of soccer and free beer from Paul Demko at Live Nude Weblog.
Peter Scholtes has your movie and music calendar for the rest of the summer, as well as a Fantastic Four review at Complicated Fun.
A grand jury indicted Kentucky's Republican Party chairman and two state officials on charges alleging they conspired to violate state personnel laws.
An editor for the publishing company that puts out the venerable Weekly Reader newspaper for schoolchildren was arrested on charges he solicited sex from a minor on the Internet.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Jen is staining her deck in Eagan and blogging about it at Poo-Tee-Wheet.
Beware the Sinister Ducks!
Impressive, albeit Disney movie-related sand sculptures [ads on the page NSFW]
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"One Republican said to me last night, 'If this was a Democratic White House, we'd have Congressional hearings in a second.'"
"'Transformers' is very tricky, because it's a movie based on a toy line."
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