3/15 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Cast your ballot now for the Best of the Twin Cities 2007 and you could win a $150 prize pack from the 2007 winners.
Peter S. Scholtes has new details regarding the 25th Annual Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival at Culture To Go.
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A Northern Ireland mortuary director has launched a pioneering service of broadcasting funerals on its Web site for mourners too distant, ill, or busy to make it in person.
A Billings prosecutor told a district judge that Phillip C. Holliday Jr., 42, claimed a unicorn was driving when his truck crashed into a light pole earlier this month.
Combining sympathy with discipline, a military-style boot camp near Beijing is at the front-line of China's battle against internet addiction, a disorder afflicting millions of the nation's youth.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Jroosh is a financial advisor blogging about the myth of global warming, the perfect snow thrower, and caring for a daughter with Type 1 diabetes at Roosh Five.
Former prostitute Mike Jones has placed Rev. Ted Haggard's massage table for sale on eBay
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"People are doing whatever they can to survive. There's been a real shake-out."
— Ali Joone, founder of Digital Playground, on the 15 percent drop in sales of porn DVDs in 2006