Today in the Daily Planet


“Safety high priority for proposed rail line”:
By Elena Rozwadowski, The Minnesota Daily
The proposed Central Corridor LRT line is raising safety issues from U of M officials

“Local author describes his struggle with cancer”:
By Charisse Edwards, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder
Mac Walton, author of Miles to Go Before I Sleep, talks about the realities of his cancer battle

“The dollars and sense of digital music”:
By Steve McPherson, Pulse of the Twin Cities
How the Internet is changing the music business

“Don’t just do something, stand there”:
By Dave Healy, Park Bugle
On the power of contemplation

“On criticism and the glory of the new”:
By Alex Starace,
New art–even bad new art–is a good thing