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  • Sep 27 - Oct 3, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 39

Special Issues

  • Family values?
  • Family values?

    Twenty-one years ago, I was a bright-eyed young woman who was in love with a handsome, albeit serious, young man. We married, then had a baby, and I expected to live happily ever after.

News

Music

  • Buckner & Bachmann; Gann & Rouse

    Richard Buckner and ex-Guided by Voices guitarist Doug Gillard at Local 506; Longtime Village Voice new-music critic Kyle Gann with fellow downtown composer Mikel Rouse at the Carolina Inn
  • Phon
  • Phon

    In capitalism's intensely competitive environment, the notion that art's worth is predicated upon the measure by which it exceeds one's own abilities is practically pre-axiomatic.

Food

Arts

Film

  • Baton stooge
  • Baton stooge

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

Columns

  • Safety check

    Imagine, for a moment, that you bring your car in for the annual safety and emissions check required by the state, and a mechanic tells you one of your brake lights is out, your muffler has a hole in it and your emissions are over the pollution limit.
  • Letters to the Editor

    DHA acted by the book; Ask the right questions; In defense of Singapore; A sinful situation

Diversions

Free Stuff & Promos

  • ZigZagLive
  • ZigZagLive

    A pair of tickets to ZigZagLive with Serena Maneesh, Woven Hand & Evangelicals
  • Carolina Hope Festival
  • Carolina Hope Festival

    A pair of tickets to the Carolina Hope Festival with Indigo Girls, Aimee Mann, Over the Rhine, Thad Cockrell, Roman Candle, Alli Rogers, Caedmon's Call, Jon Shain, Jason Harrod, Chris Rosser, Andrew Osenga, Pierce Pettis & Danielle Miraglia

Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of 9.27~10.3
  • For the week of 9.27~10.3

    22nd Annual N.C. Pride Festival; Woven Hand, Serena-Maneesh and The Envangelicals at Cat's Cradle; Carolina Theatre's Spotlight Film Series; Drive-By Truckers at Carolina Theatre; Carolina Hopefest at Koka Booth Amphitheatre
  • Busy days

    The Duke Wind Symphony salutes the heritage that is British band music with works by Vaughan Williams, Holst, Grainger and Gordon Jacob on Thursday, Sept. 28 in Baldwin Auditorium.
  • <i>The Queen Family</i>
  • The Queen Family

    One of the most quietly productive filmmaking partnerships in the Triangle is that of Raleigh's Neal Hutcheson and N.C. State linguistics professor Walt Wolfram.
  • Sparklefest
  • Sparklefest

    It was originally christened The Shindig by its founder, with childhood TV images of bikinied girls in high boots go-going in his head.
  • Some Raleigh trash talk

    I'm working with two ideas today about Raleigh. One is taken from Mayor Charles Meeker's valedictory letter in the local daily on Tuesday.

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