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  • Jul 12-18, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 28

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  • Things left undone
  • Things left undone

    Hot on the heels of passage of a rather popular state budget, both the House and Senate got to things still undone while hurtling toward a departure from Dodge maybe as soon as the end of this week.
  • Urban speed

    Lots of people are making note this month of the 50th anniversary of President Dwight Eisenhower's dream of an American autobahn, the interstate highway system.
  • Cup worship

    Sitting at the Players Retreat talking with a bud of mine, a regular old hippie Freemason.
  • Bad press

    Yellow journalism "is a pejorative reference to journalism that features scandal-mongering sensationalism ... or other unethical or unprofessional practices by news media organizations or individual journalists."

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  • For the week of July 12 through 18
  • For the week of July 12 through 18

    Talib Kweli at the Cat's Cradle; Rock & Shop Market in Raleigh; both hands theater at Manbites Dog and 10x10 Festival at the ArtsCenter; Ronald K. Brown at ADF; Sarah Borges at The Pour House; Scott Eagle's Falling Man series at Tyndall Galleries
  • Sunday, July 16
  • Sunday, July 16

    Local political activist Diana Koenning analyzes George Lakoff's Essential Guide for Progressives at Quail Ridge Books
  • Jolie Holland
  • Jolie Holland

    In 2004, Rolling Stone--Cleo-like clairvoyants capable of charting the topography of music’s future, for sure--ranked Jolie Holland in a class of four female singer-songwriters capable of coveting "The Next Norah" crown.
  • Pete Yorn
  • Pete Yorn

    Almost three albums into his own career, Columbia Records' hip-haircut poster boy Pete Yorn still makes moves on the mantles of his idols.
  • Genghis Tron
  • Genghis Tron

    It's almost insulting to suggest that experimentation is new to metal.
  • Steve Howell Band

    Steve Howell has toned it down a bit since his days playing breakneck honky-tonk in the late '90s with Chip Robinson in the Backsliders.

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