• Issue Archive for
  • Jul 10-16, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 29

Columns

  • Lookin' Out
  • Lookin' Out

    Some thoughts for new, black visionaries--a group that’s been conspicuously absent from our collective imaginings about the future.

News

Music

  • Urban Music Raises Up
  • Urban Music Raises Up

    The Southeastern Music and Entertainment Summit brings artists and industry folks together for N.C.'s first urban music seminar

Arts

  • Bearing Witness
  • Bearing Witness

    Joseph F. Jordan, director of the black cultural center at UNC-Chapel Hill, discusses his role in a controversial exhibition of lynching photographs
  • Emergency Call
  • Emergency Call

    At ADF, Doug Varone's Ballet Mcanique combined a strange greeting with a signal of distress

Film

Ye Olde Archives

  • Trotline
  • Trotline

    Exploris still under fire, enviro-friendly buses debut in Durham and the latest on a state lottery.

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