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  • Vol. 23, No. 31

Columns

  • Street life

    There were two pieces of good news from downtown Raleigh this week, one all over TV and the front pages and another--perhaps more important--further back on the business page.
  • Natural chaos

    Bulbous, white mushrooms dot the winding paths to the garden and the orchard, as magical markers to a bountiful, colorful and unexpected harvest.
  • Don't forget

    We're a mean swing with a sledgehammer. With Monica Seles-like grunts and a few cheers from our team, we can crumble a tiled bath into a pile of dusty shards without stopping to catch our breath.
  • Support the new director

    On behalf of the N.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Aurelia Sands Belle as the new executive director of the Durham Crisis Response Center.

News

Music

  • Mountain Goats mania

    Two Madison, Wis., software developers love The Mountain Goats, and--at last weekend's Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago's Union Park--they were ready to shell out to show it.

Arts

  • The life you save
  • The life you save

    Catherine McCall's memoir Lifeguarding recalls a life of sinking and surfacing

Multimedia

Food

Film

  • Death trip
  • Death trip

    The great beyond provides clues in Scoop and hovers over Look Both Ways

Diversions

Ye Olde Archives

  • Friday, August 4
  • Friday, August 4

    Salif Keita and Youssou N'Dour at the N.C. Museum of Art; Kids' cookbook author Julia A. Monroe at the Cary Barnes & Noble
  • Tim Lee
  • Tim Lee

    "I know that the current trend among singer-songwriters is to play as quietly as possible, but I'm just not interested in that..."

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