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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Daily Web Crawl

Posted By on Tue, Oct 30, 2007 at 11:18 AM

Your daily guide to what they're whispering about in the next cubicle.

HERE Check out A to Z for a local-ish news round-up.

Ian takes a peak at Flaco's Cocina on Delmar.

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Front yard or junkyard?
  • Front yard or junkyard?

Front yard or junkyard?

This yard is much worse than a pink flamingo-laden one. (Via STL Rising)

OK, who said we want to be the next Cincinnati? Sheesh.

Start brainstorming now because National Novel Writing Month begins in two days.

Were you at Velvet on its last night open? Annie wrote about the infamous Washington Avenue techno club's final days two years ago.

THERE Holy shiitake! Those are some bloody mushrooms.

This is the kind of PSA that'll freak parents out even more.

Some say Blackout, Britney Spears' new album, is crap , while others say it's genius. We prefer the acoustic version.

Google doesn't want spam in your inbox. They even made a video about it.

Terrorize everyone in the neighborhood with a motorcycle-riding, bad-to-the-bone skeleton.

EVERYWHERE The crew of a hijacked ship kicks some major pirate butt.

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