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  • Vol. 17, No. 9



  • WickedScene

    Out went the rack of lamb and in came hip-hop when a hot new club transformed the upscale Raleigh eatery WickedSmile.
  • A double life
  • A double life

    Remember the score to Ben Hur? The N.C. Symphony's Raleigh Classical Series spotlights works by the man who wrote it, Miklos Rozsa.


  • Rising up
  • Rising up

    Decades of song and praise are summed up in a new book and a new CD celebrating local gospel music.
  • A museum blooms
  • A museum blooms

    The turn of the millennium marks changes and growth at the North Carolina Museum of Art.


  • The look
  • The look

    Nick Gomez delivers an agreeably overheated comedy with Drowning Mona, and Chen Kaige's The Emperor and the Assassin evokes psychological and historic upheavals via a rich vision of royal intrigues.


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