Inside the Daily Planet, 11/7/07

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Pagoda by Jeremy Iggers, Breaking Bread/The Rake One of the great things about having a blog is that I get to post as much as I want about my own peculiar gastronomic obsessions. Of course, I don’t think there is anything peculiar about my love of little Chinese hole-in-the-wall noodle joints, or the fact that this is my third post on the topic in the last week, (after Relax and Keefer Court) but some of you might. Hip on hemp by Mary Sasa, Minnesota Women’s Press Kristin Davis is the ‘hemp queen’ using hemp and recycled fabric in her clothing business The lives of local Dalmatians and their people by Gail Olson, The Northeaster ‘Where’s the other 99?’ ‘Do they make good coats?’ Dog owner Colleen Christianson, member of the Greater Twin Cities Dalmatian Club, said she wishes she had a quarter for every time she’s heard those questions. NEW IN VOICES A bridge too far by John Van Hecke, Minnesota 2020 I don’t normally fear for my life. Minnesota bridges have changed my mind. Is the U.S. already at war with Iran? by Eric Black, Minnesota Monitor Reese Erlich says yes, by proxy at least. NEW IN BLOGS The question of class by Paul C. Gorski, Teaching Tolerance