6/17: Morning Communique

Categories: General Archive

[CITY PAGES BLOGS]

Jack Sparks adds ten local alt-country favorites to Minnesota's Fifty Greatest Hits at The Other Side of Country.


[THESE DAYS]

An Wisconsin ice cream truck driver faces drunken driving charges after a woman said she saw him throw a malt liquor can out the window of his ice cream truck.

Scientists have grown fully mature brain cells in a Florida University laboratory for the first time, using a technique that mimics the natural process of brain regeneration.

Fox News Channel has signed 2004 presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark as a military and foreign affairs analyst.

A Sam's Club manager fired Molly Beavers in December 2003 for not smiling enough. Beavers' face is partially paralyzed from surgery related to her condition as an achondroplastic dwarf.


[MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY]

Each weekday, a word or phrase is chosen that Jugglernaut thinks would make a good band name, hence Band Name of the Day.


[TIME WASTERS]

Stanford commencement address by Apple CEO Steve Jobs

Acclaimed director Terry Gilliam bounces back from his Don Quixote fiasco with "The Brothers Grimm," starring Matt Damon and Heath Ledger.

MoveOn petition on NPR and PBS funding


[FREEDOM OF SPEECH]

"Sex doesn't have to be with a model to be good. Sometimes with the model, the actress or the 'sexiest person in the world,' it may literally be like f-ing the couch."

-- Billy Bob Thornton, on sex with Angelina Jolie in Esquire magazine


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