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  • Falling Down - The I-35W Bridge Collapse Exposes Dangerous Deficiencies in the Nation's Transportation Infrastructure.

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    Falling Down - The I-35W Bridge Collapse Exposes Dangerous Deficiencies in the Nation's Transportation Infrastructure.

    Chuck Hoffman was just seconds from plunging into the water. The 60-year-old computer specialist from New Brighton had driven his green Subaru Forester over the bridge to solid ground as the 400-foot stretch of motorway collapsed behind him--splas...

    by City Pages Staff on August 8, 2007
  • Here are the week's best releases from the pop culture universe

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    Here are the week's best releases from the pop culture universe

    DVD: You're Gonna Miss Me Roky Erickson is pretty much the U.S. counterpart of former Pink Floyd member and LSD casualty Syd Barrett. This terrific documentary chronicles Erickson's story, which includes consuming tons of drugs back when he was in ...

    by Michael Gallucci on August 8, 2007
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    Savage Love

    I am a single guy... never good with women... not many girlfriends... I didn't have sex till I was 31... but all my life I've had this strange fetish... I love to be shampooed with lots of lather and suds, suds in my eyes, nose, and mouth. I have be...

    by Dan Savage on August 8, 2007
  • Free Will Astrology

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    Free Will Astrology

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): "The face is the most erotic part of the body," says fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. Try out that perspective for a while, Aries. Your assignment in the coming week is to enjoy getting excited by faces that captivate y...

    by Rob Brezsny on August 8, 2007
  • The Fringe Must Go On - This year's festival brings a welcome bit of insanity to an already insane world

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    The Fringe Must Go On - This year's festival brings a welcome bit of insanity to an already insane world

    First-year Minnesota Fringe Festival executive director Robin Gillette had just a few hours remaining before the lights were due to come up on the festival's initial night of shows. It was also little more than 18 hours removed from the I-35W bridg...

    by Quinton Skinner on August 8, 2007
  • Tinkerer, Tailor,  Ditherer, Sailor - Andrew Broder joins a rock band (it used to be his)

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    Tinkerer, Tailor, Ditherer, Sailor - Andrew Broder joins a rock band (it used to be his)

    Andrew Broder was a free-form tinkerer, a sound collagist who explored the limits of the turntablist/axman hybrid--and, as a secondary consequence, sometimes explored the limits of his listeners' tolerance for experimental head-scratchers. But thr...

    by Sarah Askari on August 8, 2007
  • Concert Highlights for the Week of August 8 - 14

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    Concert Highlights for the Week of August 8 - 14

    WEDNESDAY 8.08 Booker T. & the MGs Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant Way back in the Pleistocene Era--aka the 1960s--if it was hip, it was groovy. And no band worked grooves better than Booker T. & the MGs, whose slithery melodies slid off the keyboar...

    by City Pages Staff on August 8, 2007
  • Elvis Is Everywhere

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    Elvis Is Everywhere

    Bubba Ho-tep Limited Edition (MGM) Intentional camp is difficult to do well. It's a contradiction that usually comes off cutesy and forced. The old Batman series pulled it off, and it's been B-movie god Bruce Campbell's livelihood. But in a long c...

    by City Pages Staff on August 8, 2007
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    Breakfast of Champions: 12/28

    We take you into the long weekend with a sprinkling of news, a dash of sports, and a metric ton of music. DAILY DISH: WHAT'S NEW AROUND THE SITE The action starts at Culture to Go, where we have matters musical to discuss. In celebration of Auld L...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on December 28, 2007 @ 5:19 am
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    Twin Cities Can Read Good

    Minneapolis has reclaimed its ranking as "America's Most Literate City" -- and St. Paul has jumped from 11th to 3rd. Residents of St. Paul "show evidence of stable or increased literate behaviors, be it reading newspapers or magazines, going online...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on December 27, 2007 @ 3:10 pm
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    Daddy Dumbest

    On a recent Friday night, Andrew St. Michel was speeding through Brooklyn Center on I-94 when Sgt. Dan Beasley, a state trooper, pulled him over. According to a criminal complaint, when Beasley approached St. Michel's window, the 23-year-old driver e...

    @ The Blotter by Jonathan Kaminsky on December 27, 2007 @ 12:33 pm
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    Breakfast of Champions: 12/27

    DAILY DISH: WHAT'S NEW AROUND THE SITE A short post today as we transition from putting out the paper to preparing our New Year's coverage. Ben Palosaari has an interview on Culture to Go with Cecilie Surasky, director of Jewish Voice for Peace, t...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on December 26, 2007 @ 1:04 pm
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    Diablo Cody: Expanded Web Content

    Craving more after you read our feature about Diablo Cody? We have a couple of online-only bits about Hollywood's hottest screenwriter available now. First, peruse a slideshow gallery with a bunch of terrific photos (and notes from the shoot!) by Ni...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on December 26, 2007 @ 8:32 am
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    Breakfast of Champions: 12/26

    If you're just trudging back into work after the holiday -- I'm truly sorry. Would that you were reading us from home, in your footy pajamas. Whether you're comfortably starting the day in your breakfast nook or grumbling as you plop down into your c...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on December 26, 2007 @ 8:13 am
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    Breakfast of Champions: 12/25 <--- It's Christmas!

    ... because today is Christmas, the online version of the paper will be going up tomorrow morning instead of this evening. I promise, as Janet Jackson once sang-whispered, it'll be worth the wait. The feature is excellent -- as a hint, it covers som...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on December 25, 2007 @ 6:01 am
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    Bear Life laid bare: the Strib's fake paean to Pawlenty

    I loves me a cuddly bear. If it's a choice between backing a bear or backing Tim Pawlenty, well, good luck to you, Governor sir, and I hope those raw meat boxer shorts fit. I'll make popcorn. Hence it was with delight that I read that Solo-the-sort...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on December 24, 2007 @ 7:59 pm
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    Breakfast of Champions: 12/24

    Dear Santa, It's been a memorable year here at the Pages even though my year only had two months in it. Besides wrapping up the new content on the site (since I know you're going to hit us up during your trek via sled-based WiFi), I thought I would ...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on December 24, 2007 @ 6:42 am
  • Strip Tease - Nudie-bar magnate denies U of M's come-hither fundraising

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    Strip Tease - Nudie-bar magnate denies U of M's come-hither fundraising

    University of Minnesota fundraisers are suffering from a mild case of fiscal blue balls after a former strip club owner rescinded a $1 million verbal pledge toward the U of M's new football stadium. Robert Sabes, the erstwhile proprietor of Schiek...

    by City Pages Staff on August 1, 2007
  • Gaming the System - How a Minnesota magazine became the bible of generation Xbox

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    Gaming the System - How a Minnesota magazine became the bible of generation Xbox

    At first glance, Game Informer magazine's North Loop offices don't look much like the home of the nation's biggest videogame magazine. With glass and brushed-steel accents and tasteful, comfy furniture, it might be mistaken for a law firm or a graph...

    by Ward Rubrecht on August 1, 2007
  • Teenage Riot - For a new all-ages scene, rock & roll can't wait

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    Teenage Riot - For a new all-ages scene, rock & roll can't wait

    A skateboarder with long hair clacks down the sidewalk and veers into the street, losing his balance at the curb. He leaves the board behind him, meeting the pavement running, then turns to pick up his ball cap before retrieving the board from the e...

    by Peter S. Scholtes on August 1, 2007
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