• Issue Archive for
  • Aug 7-13, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 33

Columns

News

  • Got rBGH?
  • Got rBGH?

    While celebrities and the USDA tout milk's benefits, politics and a genetically engineered growth hormone raise doubts
  • Maple View Farm: Local Dairy Doesn't Use rBGH
  • Maple View Farm: Local Dairy Doesn't Use rBGH

    One local dairy is selling milk that doesn't contain growth hormones—just look for Maple View Farm's milk in its signature glass bottles at a store near you. And there are brands of organic milk available that also have no added hormones.

Music

Arts

  • Ghetto Blaster
  • Ghetto Blaster

    Raleigh artist Andr Leon Gray takes on mainstream media's representations of the African-American community

Film

  • Switch Hitting
  • Switch Hitting

    Filmmakers queer the N.C. Gay & Lesbian Film Fest by attempting to appeal to heterosexuals

Ye Olde Archives

  • Trotline
  • Trotline

    The saga continues at an old motel in downtown Cary, where the owners are trying to kick out the last tenants. The owners have started eviction proceedings, but one of the residents says all his belongings were illegally thrown into a Dumpster. Now, he's got a lawyer and is fighting back.

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