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  • Vol. 17, No. 40

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  • The Genius of Apples
  • The Genius of Apples

    Lee Calhoun, our own Johnny Appleseed, and his pomological adventures in Chatham County.

News

Music

  • Because it's in me
  • Because it's in me

    Folk Heritage Award-winner Marvin Gaster reminisces about old-time music, house parties and growing up in Lee County.
  • Grand piano
  • Grand piano

    Celebrating the power and sound of the 88s, with accompanying review of several fine new jazz piano CDs.
  • Oh, Susannah!
  • Oh, Susannah!

    Long Leaf Opera puts on "Susannah, the apocryphal story of a young woman ostracized by th elders of her community.

Arts

  • Still more evidence
  • Still more evidence

    An exhibit celebrating Lewis Carroll's centenary reveals the many strange and wonderful sides of Alice In Wonderland's creator.

Film

  • A way of mourning
  • A way of mourning

    "Dancer in the Dark:" a historical look at what's behind all the controversy about Lars Von Trier's new musical.

Columns

Ye Olde Archives

  • Capricious Coattails
  • Capricious Coattails

    John McCain's recent visit to Raleigh was meant to turn the heads of independent and swing voters toward Richard Vinroot. But is it too little, too late?

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