9/6 Morning Communiqué

THESE DAYS

Macalester College grad Sarah Galbraith just completed a 12-month trek through 33 countries on five continents to photograph hippos. [via Just a Cool Cat]

Gundersen Lutheran Hospital in La Crosse has asked Clara Maria Goldstein, whose paintings portray Jesus as a rabbi, to take them down.

Pope Benedict XVI has abolished the Vatican's Christmas concert because of his distaste for popular music.

MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY

John and Eloise blog about Wikipedia, Harry Potter, glowing mice, and Muslims in space at Spitbull.

[Minnesota-based blog directory]

TIME WASTERS

For the post-State Fair hangover: Pepto-Bismol ice cream [via B3TA]

Bill O'Reilly, Ann Coulter, and Sean Hannity are just a few of the pundits that go head to head with comedian/radio host/author (and presumptive U.S. Senate candidate) Al Franken in the documentary Al Franken: God Spoke.

FREEDOM OF SPEECH

"It is nice to be able to view their profile and remember and leave comments. It is a nice way for friends and family to get condolences and see how loved and how missed that person will be."

-- Nicole Lambert of Fairchild, Washington, in an e-mail to ABC News regarding MyDeathSpace.com, a site that posts the MySpace profiles of deceased youths


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