Inside the Daily Planet, 9/11/07


Primary elections today in St. Paul by Gary Thompson, St. Paul E-Democracy CHAT Arts Festival continues to grow and while keeping community at its heart by Tom LaVenture, Asian American Press Center for Hmong Arts and Talent (C.H.A.T.), celebrated its 6th Hmong Arts Festival August 25 at Western Sculpture Park on Marion Street in St. Paul. The event added new highlights that thousands of destination seekers and happened-to-walk-by patrons enjoyed in perfect weather. Zapata comes to Powderhorn by Ed Felien, Southside Pride On behalf of the State of Morelos, the governor, Marco Castillo, presented a statue of Emiliano Zapata to the City of Minneapolis Saturday, Aug. 25, at Los Gallos, 1855 E. Lake St., in the Powderhorn Community. Club Morelos accepted the gift on behalf of the City in the hope that the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board will accept the statue and install it on a hill in the northeast corner of Powderhorn Park. NEW IN VOICES Local media savages Pawlenty over flood relief by Joe Bodell, Minnesota Monitor Winona newspaper says it <"seems like Pawlenty cares more about political ideology than people." Who loses without a special session? by Conrad deFiebre and Matt Entenza, Minnesota 2020 A short five weeks after the Interstate 35W bridge collapsed, killing 13, Minnesota’s leaders have already dropped their push for prompt attention to hundreds of other structurally deficient spans around the state that are new disasters waiting to happen. NEW IN BLOGS Many say attack on Iran coming soon by James Clay Fuller, Rants & Ruminations