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    A local connection to Kenyan violence

    Speaking of true crime (see posts below), Minnesota Monitor has this amazing report about the death of Wesly Ngetich, two-time winner of the Grandma's Marathon in Duluth. As the world becomes more interconnected, tragedy is always just six degrees of...

    @ The Blotter by Kevin Hoffman on January 22, 2008 @ 9:39 am
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    Breakfast of Champions: 1/22

    DAILY DISH: WHAT'S NEW AROUND THE SITE True crime has never been my thing, although it's very popular with readers nationwide. Whether that's the case with you or not, I'm betting you'll find this story riveting. Jeff Severns Guntzel gathers up a de...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on January 22, 2008 @ 5:08 am
  • DVDish: They Killed the Dog

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    DVDish: They Killed the Dog

    Year of the Dog (Paramount Vantage) It's just about the First Commandment of Hollywood: Don't kill the dog. So it's a testament to the clout of writer-director Mike White (School of Rock) that killing off the dog is the first of many rules broken...

    by City Pages Staff on August 29, 2007
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    Glad Pastures - The Rural Pop and Android Fuzz of They the Down Low

    They the Down Low Americana Bauxdivine Pastoral Records What if you dragged all your friends out to the sticks for a barn raising, only to find that you just couldn't bring yourself to junk up the scenery with so permanent a structure? On Amer...

    by Sarah Askari on August 29, 2007
  • Free Will Astrology

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    Free Will Astrology

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): Here's how you can tell if you have a bad psychotherapist or counselor," says my friend Laura. "She or he buys into all your BS, never questions your delusions, and builds your self-esteem even if that makes you into an a*...

    by Rob Brezsny on August 29, 2007
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    Savage Love

    I'm a high school girl with big problems. All my life I've worn boy clothes and had male friends, mainly because I'm into "male" things like video games and geek stuff. As high school approached, Mother Nature flipped me off with DD breasts and hips...

    by Dan Savage on August 29, 2007
  • Culture Jamming - Here are the week's best releases from the pop-culture universe:

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    Culture Jamming - Here are the week's best releases from the pop-culture universe:

    CD -- Love Is the Song We Sing: San Francisco Nuggets 1965-1970: This four-disc box celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Summer of Love with more than 75 relics by bong-toking hippies. A few songs (like Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" and the Y...

    by Michael Gallucci on August 29, 2007
  • Persona Grata - Meet the last great RPG for PlayStation 2

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    Persona Grata - Meet the last great RPG for PlayStation 2

    The next-gen consoles are sexy as hell, but it's not all bad being the reigning "last-gen" champ either. With over 100 million PlayStation 2 consoles sold, software companies can afford to be a little adventurous--after all, even if their game appea...

    by Gary Hodges on August 29, 2007
  • Concert Highlights for the Week of Aug. 29 - Sept. 4

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    Concert Highlights for the Week of Aug. 29 - Sept. 4

    WEDNESDAY 8.29 The Detroit Cobras Triple Rock Social Club The Detroit Cobras are the world's most original cover band. Instead of playing karaoke standards, the Michigan garage-rockers prefer to tackle obscure Motown tracks and underground R&B cu...

    by City Pages Staff on August 29, 2007
  • Wage War - On the eve of a new school year, a historic strike threatens to throw the U of M into chaos

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    Wage War - On the eve of a new school year, a historic strike threatens to throw the U of M into chaos

    Barring an unlikely last-minute deal, classes at the University of Minnesota will start next week with about 3,500 clerical, technical, and health-care workers poised to strike, throwing orientation, registration, and other back-to-school rituals in...

    by Jonathan Kaminsky on August 29, 2007
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    A Fight To Be Heard - A rare disorder left him deaf, blind, and quadriplegic. Then the county took away his voice.

    It's a Thursday afternoon and Christopher Harmon is busy making the final preparations for a public reading of his debut screenplay, Sparkle, Serena! From his modest, well-lit apartment in Burnsville, the author/screenwriter/producer cracks wise o...

    by Matt Snyders on August 29, 2007
  • The Farm That Doesn't Exist - Critics say Target undercuts organic growers by pretending to be one of them

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    The Farm That Doesn't Exist - Critics say Target undercuts organic growers by pretending to be one of them

    Buy organic. Buy local. Know your farmer. It's a sort of trinitarian doctrine for Mill City Market farmers and the foodies they sell to each Saturday. It's right there on Mill City's website: "Buying directly from local and small family farmers a...

    by City Pages Staff on August 29, 2007
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    Murder Mystery in Blue Earth

    The Fairmont Sentinel has published a riveting series about a Blue Earth cold case. It's the story of a Jane Doe, strangled and dumped in a ditch, her body found by a farmer after floating some distance in floodwaters. It was 1980. Eventually, after ...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Severns Guntzel on January 21, 2008 @ 10:37 am
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    Breakfast of Champions: 1/21

    DAILY DISH: WHAT'S NEW AROUND THE SITE In observance of King's birthday, we have a post chronicling Five Songs About Martin Luther King and, in Over the Weekend, a live report from the MLK event at Babalu. Besides the Tru Ruts crew's performance at ...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on January 21, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    cPod, Episode 13

    Download the .mp3

    @ The Blotter by Ward Rubrecht on January 18, 2008 @ 5:20 pm
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    Coleman, Ramstad posts remain in jeopardy for GOP

    Taking a break from presidential politics, Chris Cillizza has updated his analysis of the House and Senate seats most likely to switch parties in the 2008 elections. A pair of Minnesota posts remain on the most-endangered lists. Sen. Norm Coleman clo...

    @ The Blotter by Paul Demko on January 18, 2008 @ 1:13 pm
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    Breakfast of Champions: 1/18

    DAILY DISH: WHAT'S NEW AROUND THE SITE 'Twas Mike Huckabee Thursday at Elephants in the Room. I said Huck You to the former Arkansas governor over his comments equating homosexuality with bestiality. Paul Demko linked to interesting WSJ piece on Huc...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on January 18, 2008 @ 7:36 am
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    St. Paul welcomes Bam Bam the monkey

    St. Paul's animal control office took custody of Bam Bam from a resident earlier this month. The monkey stands accused of biting a human being. Bill Stephenson, head of the city's animal control office, says he can't comment on the primate's fate bec...

    @ The Blotter by Paul Demko on January 17, 2008 @ 2:14 pm
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    New Ads!

    Senate hopefuls "Big Al" Franken and Mike "Super Lawyer of the Year" Ciresi both have a pair of new TV ads. Here they be: Synopsis: Al's gonna get us healthcare. Also, he's from Saint Louis Park. Synopsis: Al's from Saint Louis Park, and ...

    @ The Blotter by Jonathan Kaminsky on January 17, 2008 @ 11:33 am
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    Breakfast of Champions: 1/17

    DAILY DISH: WHAT'S NEW AROUND THE SITE After Ward Rubrecht's feature hit the site yesterday (and the streets today), I'm pleased to report that several real life superheroes have shown up in the comments of our expanded web content post. Check out t...

    @ The Blotter by Jeff Shaw on January 17, 2008 @ 6:08 am
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