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  • Oct 23-29, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 44

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  • How high?
  • How high?

    A twin tower project proposed for downtown Durham makes it clear that cities in the Triangle still haven't figured out how to handle the pros and cons of going vertical


  • Livin' Old School
  • Livin' Old School

    Countdown Quartet's vibrant new album melds traditional N'Awlins jazz with a palette of numerous other colors
  • Latin Beat
  • Latin Beat

    This is the first in a series of Latin Beat columns covering different aspects of the local Latino/Hispanic music scene



  • Playing Politics
  • Playing Politics

    Two different looks at the body politic: a subversive Davy Crockett at PRC and a search for the cause of atrocity at REP
  • A Mutual Benefit
  • A Mutual Benefit

    Regional modern dancemakers help new students--and themselves--in this annual dance community congress


  • Sucker <i>Punch</i>?
  • Sucker Punch?

    Adam Sandler's inoffensive in his first semi-serious role, while Eight Women show what would have happened if the French invented Cop Rock


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  • Citizen

    Women think Dole is pro-choice. She's not.

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