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Stan Berenstain, creator of the Berenstain Bears books, died Saturday of complications from c...

@ The Blotter by Beth Hawkins on November 30, 2005 @ 10:50 am
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    Free Will Astrology

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): According to Steven Johnson's book Everything Bad Is Good for You, TV is making us smarter. He says that shows are becoming increasingly complex in their portrayal of moral dilemmas, demanding that viewers stretch their ...

    by Rob Brezsny on June 8, 2005
  • Trust Is the Drug - Coming soon in a handy prescription inhaler?

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    Trust Is the Drug - Coming soon in a handy prescription inhaler?

    The Washington Post reported last week on a study said to have "profound implications about the nature of human trust." Researchers in Zurich claim that huffing a dose of the hormone oxytocin (its main medical use at present is inducing labor in fa...

    by Steve Perry on June 8, 2005
  • Press Release of the Week: Patriot Water to the Rescue - Hey--wouldn't it be great if there were a way to hydrate and support our troops? A Minnesota entrepreneur has the answer.

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    Press Release of the Week: Patriot Water to the Rescue - Hey--wouldn't it be great if there were a way to hydrate and support our troops? A Minnesota entrepreneur has the answer.

    Remember the 1970s-era peacenik bumper sticker that lamented, "It will be a great day when our schools get all the money they need and the Air Force has to hold a bake sale to buy a bomber"? Thirty years on, the US has not done so well on the first...

    by Steve Perry on June 8, 2005
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    Barreiro's Back! - Dan Barreiro left the Star Tribune a year ago. So why did the paper's George Mikan obit bear his byline?

    When news spread on Thursday that George Mikan had died, it wasn't exactly a shock. Aside from the facts--that he was 80 years old, in ill health for years, and remembered only through grainy, silent black-and-white films--there's also a statue of ...

    by G.R. Anderson Jr. on June 8, 2005
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    Lost in the Deep Throat Media Blitz: Carl Bernstein's Kid Tabbed Felt in 1988 - Last week a former high-ranking FBI official outed himself as the most famous anonymous source of all time--17 years after Carl Bernstein's young son told fellow summer campers on Long Island that W. Mark Felt was DT

    By now everyone who's interested has read the upcoming Vanity Fair article in which W. Mark Felt, the second-ranking FBI official of the Watergate era, admits to being the most famous anonymous source of all time. The disclosure spawned a weeklong ...

    by Steve Perry on June 8, 2005
  • Kill Your Idols - For those about to rock: Do not watch 'Rock School'

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    Kill Your Idols - For those about to rock: Do not watch 'Rock School'

    I hated the documentary Rock School because 30 minutes into it I was reminded yet again that "rock" is not a thing that can be taught. It is, instead, a private expression that finds an external outlet through a personal path. It also became loud a...

    by Jim Walsh on June 8, 2005
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    How bear expert Lynn Rogers went from scientific pioneer to pariah How bear expert Lynn Rogers went from scientific pioneer to pariah

    The Northwoods Research Center sits at the end of a long, gravel path, lined by a backdrop of white pine ascending to the sky. Tall grass climbs the vinyl siding of… More >>

    Confessions of a lady cab driver Confessions of a lady cab driver

    A woman slipped into the backseat of my cab, sobbing. Since I am, as a general rule, uncomfortable around tears, I wanted her to stop. "The rule in my taxi is… More >>

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