There was Revolution in the air." –
The two most established theatrical institutions in the Twin Cities
are trumpeting revolution. Chanhassen Dinner Theatre is reviving
“Les Miserables,” which portrays conditions surrounding
the 1832 Revolution in Paris (see review, page 15), and The Guthrie
is reviving “1776,” a musical drama about the signing
of the Declaration of Independence.
Riverside area becomes flyover land
The Metropolitan Airport Commission is closing
the runway most generally used for take-offs and landings for re–construction
and opening up the North-South runway for July, August and September.
This means people living in the Riverside area will be hearing 300
flights a day land
Are We Wireless Yet
"Installation is currently in progress,"
is the message that appeared on US Internet's website when attempts
were made last week Wednesday to order wireless internet service
for parts of downtown, the University's West Bank and for the Cedar-Riverside
Click here for a list of news articles for July 2007