Inside the Daily Planet, 9/29/07

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Katha Dance Theater Performance Explores Identity and Culture By Colette Davidson Using dance, music and spoken verse, ‘Dots and Feathers’ attempts to bring to life the issues of race and identity in the Asian Indian and Native American communities, creating a bridge between the two cultures. Katha Dance Theater, in collaboration with area artists, presents “Dots and Feathers” this weekend at the O’Shaughnessy Auditorium at the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul. Iraq demonstration on September 22 by Benno Groeneveld, KFAI Last Sunday there was yet another anti-Iraq war demonstration at the capital, the second one in a week. The numbers were smaller and the crowd was different from the 1500 demonstrators who showed up a week earlier. Marcy-Holmes offers historic preservation grants by Sarah Phemister, The Bridge For your average property owner, the idea of repairing or restoring an historic building probably seems a little daunting. The Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association (MHNA) is hoping make the process easier through Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) funding grants of up to $1,500. NEW IN VOICES Long-term care reform needs to be part of the health care solution by Matt Entenza, Minnesota 2020 If we’re ever going to reform our health care system successfully, part of the solution must address long-term care. Given the growing role of long-term care as America ages, that’s just common sense. NEW IN BLOGS New test results provide clarity & confusion by Joe Nathan, School Talk