Inside the Daily Planet, 10/13/07

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Shá Cage on Kirby and her career by Dwight Hobbes, Special to the TC Daily Planet Spoken word artist and actor Shá Cage speaks about the relationship between spoken word performance and acting. “Gay church hit with anti-Christian vandalism by Andy Birkey, Minnesota Monitor When members of All God’s Children Metropolitan Community Church arrived for services Sunday morning they found a pentagram and the words “Slay the priest” spray-painted in black across the building’s brick facade. While church members are citing intimidation and calling it a possible hate crime, some conservative bloggers have laughed it off and even speculated that the church itself was responsible. Remembering Dinkytown’s ‘Walker’ Phil Holland By Robert Roscoe, The Bridge His many close friends knew this tall dapper gentleman as Phil Holland. But so many, perhaps thousands of people who lived or hung around the U of M and Dinkytown area throughout the 1960s and a few decades beyond never knew his name – instead he was known as ‘The Walker.’ Constantly on the move, always walking, always dressed in a suit and always wearing a hat, seeing Phil Holland was very often a daily experience. NEW IN VOICES Of homes and houses by Dave Healy, Park Bugle ‘It takes a heap o’ livin’ in a house t’ make it home.’ — Edgar Guest NEW IN BLOGS My culture by Ermias, New Minnesotans Speak Teachers who touch our lives by Joe Nathan, School Talk