Today in the Daily Planet


“Council rejects bid to restrict alley traffic”:
By Craig Cox, The Minneapolis Observer
The Minneapolis City Council soundly rejected an ordinance that sought to limit who could use the city’s alleyways

“Workers to celebrate Labor Day across the state”:
By Barb Kucera, Workday Minnesota
Traditional Labor Day celebrations are scheduled throughout Minnesota, though the St. Paul picnic has been cancelled

“Twin Cities student activism is on the rise”:
By Talia Kahn-Kravis, Resource Center of the Americas
With high school and college students headed back to school, look for a new spike in political organizing

“No picnic for Labor”:
By Peter Rachleff, Special to the Daily Planet
On this Labor Day, it may be helpful to separate the “movement” from the “unions”

“Chinese Hospitality Center finds a home”:
By Mary Mergenthal, Park Bugle
The 14-year-old service organization will settle in for the long haul in St. Paul