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  • Sep 20-26, 2000
  • Vol. 17, No. 38



  • Pop rocks
  • Pop rocks

    The Mayflies' new release, "The Pity List," proves that pop isn't ready for the Smithsonian just yet.


  • Staking his claim
  • Staking his claim

    Bleecker St. Studios builder Ted Bleecker does exactly what he likes to do, he does it as well as he possibly can and he gets to take his dog to work.
  • Acknowledging the pull

    With "Unconscious Bias," Juan Logan prods his viewers to examine their own ideas about race, history, freedom and equality.
  • Farce poetica
  • Farce poetica

    Moliere's "The School for Wives" kicks off PlayMakers' 25th anniversary season with a bang.



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  • "Voice" of the People?
  • "Voice" of the People?

    North Carolina media have joined forces once again to let citizens set the agenda for this year's campaign. But does the new approach improve political debate or hinder it?

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