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  • Nov 1-7, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 44

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Music

  • Seasoned and savoring
  • Seasoned and savoring

    Twenty-eight years after starting Sugar Hill Records in his college apartment, Barry Poss reflects on Durham's traditional influences

Food

Arts

  • Communication breakdown
  • Communication breakdown

    Nine Hills One Valley almost connects with Western audiences while a Pink Floyd classic of alienation gets a revival

Multimedia

Film

Columns

  • The return of the Doghouse Democrats

    Sometime soon, Gov. Mike Easley is expected to appoint Dan Blue, who was chosen by House District 33 Democrats to stand in for the late Bernard Allen, the man who took Blue's seat when the longtime Wake representative left office to run for U.S. Senate in 2002.
  • Who wins?

    You know President Bush is pulling out all the stops when he warns that "the Democrat approach in Iraq comes down to this: The terrorists win and America loses."
  • Breaking the code
  • Breaking the code

    N.C. judges can now make endorsements and ask lawyers for campaign contributions. Is that fair and impartial?

Diversions

Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of 11.1~11.7
  • For the week of 11.1~11.7

    A Nightlight weekender; Journalism hero Stetson Kennedy at Exploris; Thad Cockrell & more at The Pour House; The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? at Manbites Dog; Carolina Outreach Foundation Benefit Concert; Watts-Hillandale 4th Annual Art Walk
  • Charles Frazier
  • Charles Frazier

    The author of Cold Mountain and the new Thirteen Moons has two Triangle readings this week.
  • Soccer Team
  • Soccer Team

    Excepting the extreme D.I.Y. ethos, it's Dischord's slow and steady stylistic shifts that have kept things so interesting.
  • Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks
  • Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks

    It's not going to happen. I've been trying for four days to get a few phone minutes with Susan Tedeschi as she and her band embark on a co-headlining tour with her husband, Allman Brothers member Derek Trucks, and his own blues-rocking Derek Trucks Band.
  • The Derailers
  • The Derailers

    The Derailers vocalist Brian Hofeldt once described his band's sound as a mix of Buck Owens and the Beatles. But, since cofounder and former vocalist Tony Villanueva left two years ago, the sound has changed slightly.
  • Kylesa
  • Kylesa

    Rupert Murdoch, Smiling Tom, MySpace: Could it be that social networking Web sites are to blame for the state of modern hardcore?
  • Ladyhawk
  • Ladyhawk

    Barely five minutes into the conversation, Ladyhawk guitarist Darcy Hancock has buried himself deep into the inexhaustible topic: "So, what's your definition of Southern rock, then?"

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