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  • Sep 6-12, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 36

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Music

  • Back to work
  • Back to work

    Five years after his last album, Don Dixon is back with a record and a new theatrical concept

Food

  • Mad about eggplants
  • Mad about eggplants

    In David Ruggerio's Italian Kitchen, he writes, "Eggplants are to Italians as sex is to nymphomaniacs." How true.

Arts

  • Circle of life
  • Circle of life

    Will the Circle Be Unbroken puts Studs Terkel's interviews on death in a larger context

Film

Columns

  • Beyond Buchanan Boulevard
  • Beyond Buchanan Boulevard

    Why did Duke need a presidential commission to realize its lacrosse players and other athletes live in a unique bubble, an "elitist, arrogant sub-culture ... both indulged and self-indulgent?"
  • As they round turn one

    It's Mixed Metaphor Week as we take a quick look at the latest thinking in common wisdom among Washington insider-types handicapping congressional races to watch in North Carolina.
  • Seeing clearly

    Maybe it was the bright, early morning light beaming through the trees onto the railings of the front porch.
  • Foreign aid

    If the Triangle can be said to have a temple of Japanese pop culture, then that temple is Toyo Shokuhin and Gifts.
  • West House, R.I.P.

    Last month was a sad month for me and the core group that worked for three years to save West House, the elegant, if quirky, brick house with an enclosed, serpentine-walled garden built by Kenneth Tanner in 1935 on private property for his son and four other students to use as a dormitory while they attended UNC-Chapel Hill.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Katrina's lessons; Party on!; Eye of the beholder; Mixed messages; Vets' advocate

Diversions

Free Stuff & Promos

Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of 9.6 ~ 9.12
  • For the week of 9.6 ~ 9.12

    Tom Petty at Alltel Pavilion; The Comedians of Comedy Tour at Cat's Cradle; La Fiesta Del Pueblo at N.C. State Fairgrounds; Pin Projekt at 305 South; Duke's Screen Society presents Aftershocks: September 11
  • September Prelude

    Three years ago, three leading presenters of chamber music in the Triangle--the Raleigh Chamber Music Guild, the Chamber Arts Society of Durham and the UNC-based William S. Newman Artists Series--decided to launch September Prelude, a festival to kick off the concert season. This year, the off-series event offers concerts in three cities, plus a day-long chamber music workshop for adults.
  • Jerry Douglas
  • Jerry Douglas

    In Nashville, Jerry Douglas is the guy, the go-to player for stylized dobro licks and magic.
  • Guitar Shorty
  • Guitar Shorty

    "I would like to be recognized as one of the greatest guitar players ever to hit the stage."
  • Apologies to tympana
  • Apologies to tympana

    Honestly, I was expecting to be disappointed. Sunday night during the Table of the Elements Festival in Atlanta, Rhys Chatham premiered his new band, Essentialist.

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