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Northfield Entertainment Guide (NEG)  publisher Rob Schanilec, BAMG, was doing his usual "What’s happening downtown Northfield this weekend" gig (sponsored by the NDDC) on KYMN on Friday morning with Jeff…

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Jessica Paxton, Jesse, and MiloOur radio show/podcast guest this week (accompanied by Jesse and Milo) was Jessica Paxton, spokesperson for the NDDC’s 2009 ArtSwirl, “Northfield’s annual community-wide celebration of music, dance, theater, and literary and visual arts.” See the new ArtSwirl blog (created by Doug Bratland) for all the event details.

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NDDC head honcho Ross Currier made sure his brother-in-law brought his magic umbrella downtown last night for the Taste of Northfield. The weather gods showed their pleasure with Ross, as…

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Vandalism At tonight’s work session: “The City Council is being asked to discuss the adoption of a “Community Expectations” policy statement addressing cleanliness, respect, safety, and pedestrian friendliness in the downtown area.” I’ve been whining about graffiti, bikers on sidewalks, and noisy vehicles for a long time. But I’m not sure why public panhandling, swearing, spitting and urinating are included. And if the policy is adopted, what’s implied about enforcement?

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The LG Triumvirate It was just us co-hosts yesterday, primarily doing a post-mortem on Ross’ trip to Chicago for the National Mainstreets Conference with its 2009 technology-related theme, Becoming Main Street 2.0. (And what is Web 2.0? ) See the live-blogging organizers did during the conference. Ross has posted to his NDDC blog about the conference here, here, and here and on LG here and here.

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