• Issue Archive for
  • Jul 31 - Aug 6, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 32

Columns

  • First Person

    Why can't Durham cops solve crimes?

News

  • Race Riot
  • Race Riot

    A forgotten, violent confrontation 65 years ago made clear that Chapel Hill and Carrboro weren't the "Southern Part of Heaven" for everyone

Music

  • Virtually Elvis
  • Virtually Elvis

    People who claim that Elvis is still alive may have been fooled by the master Elvis illusionist--just don't call him an impersonator

Arts

  • A Hungry Heart
  • A Hungry Heart

    In Reynolds Price's new novel, an emotionally malnourished man develops a skill for empathy after passing through a world of sorrows
  • Vigorous Mortis
  • Vigorous Mortis

    Alison Overton's new exhibition of photographs brings to life stone cemetery statues and bas-reliefs

Film

  • Star Struck
  • Star Struck

    With Ocean's 11 and now his new film, Full Frontal, Steven Soderbergh has revealed an unhealthy fascination with all things Hollywood

Ye Olde Archives

  • Zinestream
  • Zinestream

    Zine workshopping from San Francisco to Chapel Hill.

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