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  • Oct 11-17, 2000
  • Vol. 17, No. 41

News

  • A buried life
  • A buried life

    Why critics keep remembering to forget Thomas Wolfe, whose centenary is celebrated at UNC-Chapel Hill this month.

Music

  • Singing nuns

    Meredith College adapts an Angela Davis-Gardner novel to the operatic stage.

Arts

  • Plural perspectives
  • Plural perspectives

    Two current, and completely different, exhibitions provide an opportunity to meditate on the elasticity of the word "art."

Film

  • Serious hair
  • Serious hair

    Why does Robert Altman keep returning to the South for his settings and scripts?

Columns

Ye Olde Archives

  • Deep Pockets
  • Deep Pockets

    State senatorial candidate Jim Crew is fighting an uphill battle to overcome the huge campaign coffers of millionaire incumbent John Carrington.
  • Rx: Clean Needles
  • Rx: Clean Needles

    With dirty syringes contributing to nearly one-quarter of the state's AIDS cases, a new report argues that clean needles by prescription may be the answer.

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