Today in the Daily Planet


“Religious leaders urge hospitals to lead by example”:
From Workday Minnesota
Community, faith and labor leaders held a prayer vigil in front of North Memorial Medical Center to urge a fair contract settlement for health care workers.

“Neighborhood businesses struggle through Lowry Ave. reconstruction”:
By Crystal Myslajek, Special to the Daily Planet
Struggling businesses claim government has done little to prepare them for the project.

“Off with the cap, Silent Bob speaks”:
By Matt Graham, The Minnesota Daily
A conversation with writer/director Kevin Smith on the set of Clerks 2

“Photographer Cottman explores dance as a family legacy”:
By Nancy Sartor, North News
New photo exhibit highlights Bill Cottman’s connection to dance and family

“Edina highrise proposal needs compromise”:
By Sarah Majors Howard, Special to the Daily Planet
A controversial development at Centennial Lakes is a good idea, but the city needs to better explain its vision