• Issue Archive for
  • May 3-9, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 18

Columns

  • Lip service

    I had a good laugh not too long ago when I read a story about a local condo company that hired a couple of folks to lounge around the model unit in bohemian fashion to show how cool their new development will be.
  • Moving to Durham?

    I'm coming to live in the Raleigh-Durham area on May 5. My husband has already started working down there in the Triangle. I came to visit for a week in March from the 17th to the 27th. I took him to work every day so I could have the car and go exploring.
  • Rites of passage

    It's become an inadvertent tradition. Every Thursday when my 12-year-old daughter finishes riding lessons at Pleasant Hill Farm, after she's put Trish out to pasture and a cotton candy sunset glows over a riding ring of young girls finishing their lessons, I let her drive the car.

News

Music

Arts

Food

  • Growing up on Castlemaine Farm
  • Growing up on Castlemaine Farm

    In a lightening flash of irony, Mother Nature served up the first big rain we've had in months during the farm tour sponsored by the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association.

Film

Diversions

Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of May 3-9

    Danielle Howle to perform in Raleigh and Chapel Hill; DesignBox Trash*Ed show; Anathallo to perform; WXYC Backyard BBQ; Beggars and Choosers documentary photography exhibit
  • Shooter Jennings
  • Shooter Jennings

    Shooter Jennings is easy to dismiss. He falls in that exclusive, often infamous club of musicians who have not yet enjoyed the success of their more famous musical parents.

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