• Issue Archive for
  • Sep 20-26, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 38

Columns

  • The power of art

    Jaume Plensa. Georges Rousse. Spark Con. Suddenly, art is on the mind of communities across the Triangle.
  • Bashcroft

    John Ashcroft would soon take the stage. Of course there would be disruptions.

News

Music

Arts

Food

Film

  • Baton Stooge
  • Baton Stooge

    The long-awaited update of All the King's Men fails to fulfill its campaign promises

Diversions

Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of 9.20~9.26
  • For the week of 9.20~9.26

    Menomena at Kings and Local 506; Michael Shuman to speak at UNC's Student Union and Duke University's Nasher Museum; Indy's Queen of the Triangle pageant at Lincoln Theatre; Carrboro Music Festival
  • Operas and chambers

    The N.C. Symphony returns to Durham's Carolina Theatre with a program of classical favorites at 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22, but the big news--for opera lovers, at least--will surely be Capital Opera Raleigh's season opener, Donizetti's L'Elisir d'Amore.
  • Keola & Moana Beamer
  • Keola & Moana Beamer

    If you think that Don Ho is the voice of Hawaii, Keola Beamer has something to say: "It's like me watching a Tarzan movie and thinking I'm hearing African music," Beamer says of the Hollywood stereotype applied to Hawaiian music.
  • The English Beat

    Mixing ska, politics and punk, the Beat fired up disgruntled youths on both sides of the Atlantic ready to dance to a revolution, and they're ready to do it again.
  • Mary Gauthier
  • Mary Gauthier

    "Tough question," says Mary Gauthier when asked why so many people forge such strong bonds with her music.
  • Beirut
  • Beirut

    Flipping over columns of tertiary sandstone in the New Mexican desert, you'd never think you'd find an accordion-toting Balkan brass band in the mix.

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