Today in the Daily Planet, 7/30/07



“Concordia College language camp in China”:
by Jennifer Holder, Special to the TC Daily Planet
Concordia is known for its language camps in Minnesota–but it also has an English language camp in China.

“Controversy Stirs at Christians United for Israel Summit”:
by Andy Birkey, Minnesota Monitor
Controversial Minnesota minister is among CUFI leaders.

“Housing nonprofit gives Northside store new purpose”:
by Rebecca Sunderman, Insight News
Habitat for Humanity stocks store with building materials.


“FRINGE FESTIVAL: Northeast venue, playwright join the Fringe Festival”:
By Melissa Slachetka, Northeast Beat
Fringe Festival runs August 2-12.

“Booth Brown House anticipates expansion”:
by Antonie Young, Park Bugle
Shelter for adolescent girls needs more space.

“E-Waste disposal rules change”:
by Suzanne Pekow, KFAI
A new law went into effect this month that encourages Minnesotans to think more responsibly about recycling electronics.


“Life online”:
by Ka Vang, Minnesota Women’s Press
Ka Vang’s life online with Web 2.0

“JOBS NOW report shows how far Minnesotans’ wages go”:
By Michael Moore, St. Paul Union Advocate/Workday Minnesota
The state’s minimum wage – even if increased to $7.75 per hour – is not nearly enough to support a single adult, let alone a family.