• Issue Archive for
  • Apr 24-30, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 17

Columns

News

Music

  • O Brother
  • O Brother

    Since 1987, Merlefest has featured the best in bluegrass and old-time music. Now, thanks to the O Brother, Where Art Thou? phenomenon, 2002's fest should be the biggest yet.

Arts

  • Candor and Craft
  • Candor and Craft

    UNC-Chapel Hill poet and N.C. literary force Alan Shapiro adds a new volume to a body of work about death and dying
  • How <i>Mao</i>?
  • How Mao?

    As a once-robust new play festival fades, Duke Theater Studies tries to take half of its first year "off the record"

Film

  • Pleasure Principals
  • Pleasure Principals

    Two horny teenage boys and the older woman they want to "know" set off across Mexico in a spirited road movie

Ye Olde Archives

  • Zinestream
  • Zinestream

    Show poetry some respect in April and get an update on new local publications.
  • Scene & Heard
  • Scene & Heard

    In this week’s column, we’ve got local music updates, a B-movie soundtrack (as done by local rockers S.C.O.T.S.) and more hijinks by former Triangle wünderkind Ryan Adams.

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