Inside the Daily Planet, 8/16/07

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VIEWS AND REVIEWS Fem Kuti by Stephen Brunia-Brown, Minneapolis Worldbeat Fem Kuti is part of a family that has gone from Lagos to the world stage. Superbad: Review by Jim Brunzell III, Special to the TC Daily Planet Innocent Galinoma: A Journey in Reggae by Helen, Mshale Innocent Galinoma is a reggae artist based in Minnesota, but originally from Tanzania. A stage of their own by Nancy Hedin and Michele St. Martin, Minnesota Women’s Press Women comprise a majority of theater patrons – and a minority of those on the stage and behind the scenes. A glimpse at the local women who are trying to change that. West African Artists and Actor Shake the Twin Cities by Nelima Kerre, Mshale July 21 was a very busy night, as hundreds of fans flocked the auditorium at Armstrong High School for a night of action that included appearances by three prominent West African celebrities. NEW IN VOICES What is Moderation? Ramstad Misses the Mark by Joe Bodell, Minnesota Monitor NEW IN BLOGS die Brücke by Rosemary Ruffenach