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  • DIY McDonald's

    How to recreate the fast food menu at home
  • Soulful Stew
  • Soulful Stew

    After 30 years, Barbara Farrell knows--it takes a village to make a Brunswick stew

News

  • Minds Without Bodies
  • Minds Without Bodies

    An Eastern meditative group based in Randolph County is leading thousands of followers across the country in meditation and self-discovery-- mostly over the telephone

Music

  • The Peanut Man Goes Home
  • The Peanut Man Goes Home

    Doug Clark, the Chapel Hill music icon who died last month, turned a little risqu material and a lot of hard work into a legendary career

Arts

  • Dirt, Dust and Alchemy
  • Dirt, Dust and Alchemy

    Howard Thomas's inspiration--and paint--came from the ground; Rella Thompson's came from feed sacks and fabric others left behind

Film

Columns

  • First Person
  • First Person

    An expatriot's-eye-view of the German elections

Ye Olde Archives

  • Debating Occupation
  • Debating Occupation

    A visit by an Israeli "refusenik"--a military officer who has sworn off service in Palestinian territories--will highlight both unity and divisions in the Triangle's Jewish community

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