4/10 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS AND NEWS
Stephen Litel musters the courage to make it through the Timberwolves/Raptors game at Balls.
Peter Schilling Jr. looks for the positives in the Twins' loss versus the Yankees at Balls.
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Comcast customers across the country have been contacted by the telecom giant with a warning to curb excessive bandwidth consumption or risk a one-year service termination. Comcast, however, is refusing to reveal how much bandwidth use is allowed.
Sarajevo artists raised a monument to canned beef on Friday in a gesture ridiculing donors for providing such an unpopular food as humanitarian aid during the Bosnian capital's 1992-95 siege.
A University of Miami study adds to a growing body of evidence that some substance in tobacco might protect the brain against Parkinson's disease and sheds new light on coffee's effects on the disease.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Peg Kaplan blogs about Capitol Hill paper towel specs, rational discourse on global warming, and parrot blogs at What If?
Retro ad: The cast of M*A*S*H selling IBMs
Christopher Walken reads The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"We never really were that shiny show, but we're a simple show and that's something that I'm proud of."
— King of Queens star Kevin James, on being a part of CBS's successful fat guy/hot wife legacy