Inside the Daily Planet, 9/30/07


Sachiko is a voice of atomic victims in flamenco performance by Tom LaVenture, Asian American Press Nishiushi’s exploration of the Spanish Flamenco dance has culminated with her first self-choreographed and directed performance with “Hiroshima: A Night Dreamt and a Day Flashed to Burn,” on Sept. 27-29, 8:00 p.m., and Sept. 30, 7:00 p.m. at Intermedia Arts, 2822 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis. Totino’s to reopen in Mounds View after final weekend in Northeast by Dan Haugen, Northeast Beat After more than five decades as a Northeast institution, Totino’s Italian Kitchen will close its doors on Sunday, making way for an unspecified new development. New small business plan offers hope in the small print by Lee Egerstrom, Minnesota 2020 The Strategic Entrepreneurial Economic Development (SEED) program put forth Tuesday by Gov. Tim Pawlenty contains some proposals that could prove useful to rural Minnesota and the entrepreneurs who might start businesses there. NEW IN BLOGS ‘Condemnation’ shows need for second party by James Clay Fuller, Rants & Rumnations NEW IN VOICES St. Cloud still reeks of racism by Myrle B Cooper, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder Can local Blacks summon the courage to force change?