Inside the Daily Planet, 9/7/07


Selby JazzFest on September 8 by Jennifer Holder, Special to the TC Daily Planet Mychael Wright, the owner of Golden Thyme Coffee Shop, who is the “father of the fest” has described JazzFest as “the biggest backyard party in St. Paul.” Also this weekend: Funk at the Fred is a semester opening free concert at the Weisman. A Cultural Art Imbizo will feature local and global artwork on display and for sale, ethnic foods, live musical and dance performances, and a silent auction on Saturday afternoon in St Paul. FOOD AND RESTAURANTS Uncommon food by Scott Schiefelbein, Uptown Neighborhood News Bagels and locally grown food featured at Common Roots Cafe, which is also sponsoring a Big Night Out to support flooded farms on Saturday. Chado: The Way of Tea By Phyllis Louise Harris, Asian Pages A Japanese Tea Master’s Almanac Always busy by Mary Sasa, Minnesota Women’s Press Barbara Hunn – The matriarch of Keys Restaurants NEW IN VOICES Is she the best? by Michele St. Martin, Minnesota Women’s Press Getting the government we deserve NEW IN BLOGS War by Eleanor Arnason, Facts and Fictions