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  • Jun 28 - Jul 4, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 26

News

  • Sympathy for the Devils?
  • Sympathy for the Devils?

    In the sports pages of the nation's newspapers, my home state of North Carolina is always well represented. In the news sections we rarely appear, unless some spectacular crime or criminal momentarily captures the tabloid imagination.

Music

  • Trex closes; Rebel yell

    The independent record store tradition suffered another hit Monday when The Record Exchange, open on Hillsborough Street in Raleigh since the mid-'80s, closed.

Food

Arts

  • Longshot miracles
  • Longshot miracles

    How Darnell Arnoult survived teen pregnancy, ADHD, Internet dating and a house fire--and published two acclaimed books in the last six months
  • Wedded diss
  • Wedded diss

    For the summer season, three tart and frothy takes on romance--and what follows

Film

Columns

  • Reform school

    In the back of the room gathered lobbyists of every stripe, some quite literally so: It's seersucker season in the capital city.
  • Our Katrina

    A week in New Orleans is a sobering experience (not a word often used to describe my hometown). It is at once frightening and inspiring.
  • Chocolate-ology

    It's not that I didn't know there was science behind chocolate; it's more that I didn't care.
  • Not so wicked

    This is in response to the Indy's vote of CNN's Nancy Grace as the "Wicked Witch of the East ... Campus" (Best of the Triangle, June 14).

Diversions

Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of June 28 through July 4
  • For the week of June 28 through July 4

    ADF world premeire of Re--(Part 1); Festival for the Eno; Melissa York benefit at Cat's Cradle and Nightlight; Ms. Films festival to put on final show in Durham; Kelly Popoff-Punches to give talk at Rebus Works
  • The colors of Haiti
  • The colors of Haiti

    In 1941, an American watercolorist named Dewitt Peters was sent to Haiti to teach English. He later established the Centre d'Art in Port-au-Prince.
  • Canes mutiny
  • Canes mutiny

    So this is what it's like for a non-fan during March, when talk of college basketball dominates local sports discourse...
  • Matt Douglas & The Proclivities
  • Matt Douglas & The Proclivities

    Matt Douglas is the saxophone sideman who pushes the Chris Boerner Trio into the Chris Boerner Quartet, an ambitious acid jazz outfit built around the dynamo guitar style of its namesake.
  • Coughs
  • Coughs

    Bands like Coughs forage into recesses of inspiration. They're bombarded by passkeys, just mouse-clicks away from information about everything they could want...
  • Danielson
  • Danielson

    In casual conversation, politics are possible, even if precarious. Religion, though, is the really impassable road, the one talking point permanently bound to big trouble.

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