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  • Bombarded by Barbie

    With kids exposed to 1,500 commercial messages a day, how can we fight back? Media literacy is the answer you haven't heard enough about.
  • Where To Get Help

    A few years ago, it would have been hard to find information about media literacy outside of scholarly journals. Now, there are numerous Web sites, studies and organizations working to spread the word about this broad-based strategy.
  • Local Paper Makes Good

    After competing for nearly 20 years, The Independent Weekly is poised to acquire Spectator, the Triangle's other alternative weekly newspaper


  • Bringing It All Back Home
  • Bringing It All Back Home

    With his two-CD release, Mono/Stereo, recorded in the wee hours in his home studio, former Replacements frontman Paul Westerberg mines familiar territory and hits pay dirt
  • Old School New School
  • Old School New School

    MC J-Live understands the impact of hip-hop culture on kids--he used to teach them. Ex-Artifact MC El Da Sensei and other artists join the party.


  • Toil and Trouble
  • Toil and Trouble

    The chaos marking a graceless transition in Forest Theatre Festival management is reflected in its opening night performance


  • Black Ice
  • Black Ice

    In a brilliant telling of an Inuit legend, a warrior battles an evil spirit that threatens to upend his community


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