Today in the Daily Planet, 9/10/07


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“Reality and perceptions: The challenge of change on Broadway”:
by Gail Olson, North News
West Broadway Alive: How many plans have there been to redevelop West Broadway?

“Liberian Truth & Reconciliation hearings expand”:
by Staff, African News Journal
Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights is a lead organization for Liberian Truth and Reconciliation hearings around the world.

“Green fuel or greenwashing?”:
by Dan Gordon, Special to the TC Daily Planet
Kandiyohi Development’s proposal for a biomass plant in the Phillips neighborhood has many supporters – including the Minneapolis City Council, Planning Commission and Empowerment Zone office – but its opponents raise serious questions about the project’s viability and environmental impact.


“CEO talks about changing face of Macy’s”:
by Kelly Gulbrandson, Minnesota Daily
Marshall Field’s switch to Macy’s created challenges for retail merchandisers.

“Dialogues about racism”:
by Rowzat Shipchandler, Minnesota Women’s Press
Rowzat Shipchandler combines philanthropy and anti-racism work

“Caught in the chaos”:
by Chris Steller, The Bridge
Prospect Park resident Greg Bernstein was one of the first citizens to respond to the bridge collapse


“Living in Difficult Times”:
by Eleanor Arnason, Facts and Fictions


“Where were we: Reflections on the Bridge”:
by Jean Greenwood, Special to the TC Daily Planet