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CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Steve Monaco updates us on his Movie Year (So Far) with some '80s schlock starring Ryan O'Neal, and a 1950's crooked-cop flick starring Jack Klugman at Couch Pundit.
President Bush has rejected entreaties by his Republican allies that he compromise with Democrats on legislation to renew a popular program that provides health coverage to poor children.
Someone broke into the New Orleans Zephyrs baseball stadium in Metairie last week and stole a Coors Light beer truck containing 51 kegs of beer.
The vast majority of New Zealanders are against a recent rule approved by lawmakers that bans using images captured inside Parliament to satirize, ridicule, or denigrate lawmakers on broadcast and print media, a la The Daily Show.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Kevin-M from Minneapolis blogs about farting during national holidays, the resemblance between Donald Rumsfeld and Ghidorah, and the musical stylings of Brigette Bardot at the restarted Insomnia Report.
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Can you name all the U.S. presidents in 10 minutes? I got 36 out of 43. Stupid Rutherford B. Hayes.
A 1966 interview with William Shatner describing his new show Star Trek
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Now that I have won my freedom and I get to choose my next team, I am just like many other people who have to go out and find employment so that I can take care of my family."
— Pro Bowl quarterback Daunte Culpepper, following his release from the Miami Dolphins after they acquired Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Trent Green
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- Minnesota Reps. Tim Kelly, Tara Mack ticketed for "making out" in a car
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- Lake Calhoun gets guerrilla-style name change
- John Kline once again fights against workers' rights