Two columns at content (two entries at one row)

Hello all.

I want to convert my frontpage to 2 columns content as follows at the picture below.

May I do this via CSS? Or How can I perform this?

Pls help.

picture:

http://i62.tinypic.com/8wiqv6.png

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