11/28 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Britt Robson analyzes last night's Timberwolves game at Balls!
Bob Seger, Fear Factory, and Kottonmouth Kings are just a few of the acts playing around town tonight. Check out Chuck Terhark's City Planner at Culture To Go for a complete itinerary.
A clear majority of Brits and Scots are in favor of Scotland breaking away from the United Kingdom, according to a new poll.
The New York Daily News reports President George W. Bush hopes to raise $500 million for his presidential library. This guy does nothing on the cheap.
Art Institute of Portland student Bob Averill was booted from the school for offending another student while discussing her belief in leprechauns.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
St. Paul resident Nina Friction blogs on failed Greek omelettes, yoga balls, her trip to Europe, poop stories, and party pix at Nina's Blue Light Cabaret.
Probably a lousy movie, but Crispin Glover as Johnny Depp's Willy Wonka is worth the price of admission: Epic Movie
A Twin Peaks fan heads to Washington state to recapture some of the filming locations of the David Lynch series from the early '90s.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I though it was like an animated Inconvenient Truth. I half-expected to see an animated version of Al Gore pop up."
— Fox News's Your World host Neil Cavuto, on the green themes in the dancing penguin movie Happy Feet
"...If you're going to include those themes, the least you could do is tell me, a parent. Tell me about it first, OK, so I know I'm walking into propaganda... They may not pull in $42 million if people thought they'd be watching an animated version of An Inconvenient Truth."
— CNN Headline News's Glenn Beck, who apparently also got the Happy Feet memo [via Media Matters]