Today in the Daily Planet


“Proposed drive-in sparks City Hall-neighborhood clashes”:
By Gail Olson, The Northeaster
A proposed Porky’s restaurant on Central Avenue has sparked a sharp community debate.

“A soldier’s heart: then and now”:
By Chante Wolf, Pulse of the Twin Cities
Since World War II, veterans have borne the brunt of battle, with little help from the government.

“Composer reviving Haitian classical music”:
By Marya Morstad,
A conversation with composer Jean Perrault

“Prince Hall masons have a mission of ‘relief, truth, brotherly love'”:
By Felicia Schultz, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder
Black freemasons have a 200-year-old legacy of community services.

“Songs of homeland describe new diaspora”:
By Martha Vickery, Korean Quarterly
Young Hwa Son’s music evokes memories of Korea