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  • Feb 27 - Mar 5, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 9

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Music

  • Slice of Life
  • Slice of Life

    For his upcoming release, life and death of an american four tracker 1981-2000, musician/studio-owner John Vanderslice assembles a cast of indie-rock's finest
  • Dust, Dreams and Reality
  • Dust, Dreams and Reality

    From his front porch in Nashville, Lambchop's Kurt Wagner discusses work, success and the logistics of traveling with a 15- to 20-piece band

Arts

  • Exposed Roots
  • Exposed Roots

    From pseudo-slave narratives to The Wind Done Gone, the authenticity of representations of black history has always been in question
  • Difficult Child
  • Difficult Child

    Brecht's updating of Sophocles' tragic heroine Antigone is a robust primer in civil disobedience

Film

  • Axis of Cinema
  • Axis of Cinema

    The 2002 Fajr Film Festival in Tehran showed Iran's filmmakers pondering their society's woes through variations on a theme: hopelessness

Columns

Ye Olde Archives

  • Trotline
  • Trotline

    Durham citizens win out over industry, "Lost Raleigh" reappears and big tobacco finds nothing funny about dog piss.
  • Zinestream
  • Zinestream

    Durham-based "Southern Exposure" magazine announces its 12th annual Southern Journalism Awards.

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