Inside the Daily Planet, 9/20/07

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VIEWS AND REVIEWS Sartorial Splendor, Twin Cities Style by Kara Nesvig, Minnesota Daily THIS WEEKEND: Minneapolis’ most fashionable gather for various fabulous events, dahling! Rabo Ventures hosts Nigerian artiste by Bukola Oriola, African News Journal Rabo Ventures and Movie rentals, a supplier of Nigerian movies and music in sales and rentals has hosted one of the foremost Yoruba movie artiste, Babatunde Omidina from Nigeria. Artists make a better stir stick, and more by Becky Lang, Minnesota Daily The Goldstein Museum in St. Paul has collected our trash and every avenue we take to create it for its latest exhibit, ‘Products of Our Time.’ New World Jazz Series features Tunisian Dhafer Youssef by Stephen Brunia-Brown, Minneapolis World Beat “The kind of gig you watched and prayed would never end, charged with such magic that you knew you would be telling people about it in years to come.”—Straight No Chaser Remembering Dismemberment: Catherine Sullivan by Ann Klefstad, MN Artists Catherine Sullivan, erstwhile dorm-mate of local dancer Dylan Skybrook (who collaborated on this show), has been making exciting video installations and films around the world. Her “Triangle of Need” is at the Walker through Nov. 18. NEW IN BLOGS My Father is My Hero by Natalya Berler, New Minnesotans Speak NEW IN VOICES First Crayons Essay by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl, MN Artists Acclaimed food and wine critic Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl muses on the perils and pleasures of trying to raise a creative kid.