News That Nourishes

The Morning News delivers wit and wisdom
Adam Overland Utne.com
October 1, 2003
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Since 1999, the Brooklyn-based webzine The Morning News has delivered breaking news and features from a variety of respected sources. But there's also plenty of humor and quirkiness. Check out an interview with the Navy's mine-sweeping dolphin, for instance. Or follow step-by-step instructions on how to shave your cat's nose, or how to celebrate 'Spraypaint a Smiley Face on the Wall and Talk to It Day!' -- if you're ever in Tibet. With a throng of outstanding writers, The Morning News might be more nourishing than the newsprint diet that has previously dominated your breakfast.
-- Adam Overland

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