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  • Nov 15-21, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 46

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Music

  • Peter Serkin
  • Peter Serkin

    Last Friday at UNC-Chapel Hill's Memorial Hall, pianist Peter Serkin brought memory and the past into the present to thread together works ranging from the 15th to the 21st century.
  • Family gathering

    This will mark the sixth consecutive year that Jon Shain (Flyin' Mice, WAKE, Jon Shain Trio) has hosted the Pre-Turkey Day Jam and invited some other home-standing musicians to join him in spreading Thanksgiving Eve joy while benefiting Raleigh's Helping Hand Mission.

Food

Arts

Film

Columns

  • Katrina neighbors

    Alison Aucoin hated that phrase the first time she heard it. "It sounded like Mr. Rogers does emergency management," she says.

Diversions

Band of the Month

  • December: Twilighter
  • December: Twilighter

    During the e-mail exchange with Brandon Herndon, vocalist and guitarist for Twilighter, we played a prediction game of sorts—a chancy proposition, perhaps, with a band that's as unpredictable as this Chapel Hill five-piece.

Free Stuff & Promos

  • ZigZagLive
  • ZigZagLive

    A pair of tickets to ZigZagLive with The Twilight Singers featuring Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan, The Stars of Track and Field, Jeff Klein

Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of 11.15 ~ 11.21
  • For the week of 11.15 ~ 11.21

    Theater performances at UNC-CH; Bickett Gallery to honor Johnny Cash exibit and legacy; John Zorn at Duke's Page Auditorium; Wake County Public Library Book Sale; Raleigh Christmas Parade; Museum of Life & Science Table Top Kapla Block Contest
  • <i>L'Atalante</i>
  • L'Atalante

    Material girls and boys may recall that Madonna adopted the moniker of Dita Parlo for her 1992 picture book Sex, and the title song on the accompanying Erotica album is sung in the voice of a character named Dita.
  • Elizabeth Edwards
  • Elizabeth Edwards

    Meet the woman who left-wing polemicist Alexander Cockburn called "the only Democrat I've seen in recent times to display any of the qualities one might hope for in a Democratic presidential nominee."
  • Joe Chambers and N.C. Central Jazz
  • Joe Chambers and N.C. Central Jazz

    When Joe Chambers walks on stage for N.C. Central's Fall Concert series this Friday, the trailblazing drummer will notch another scheduling coup for the program.
  • Joanna Newsom
  • Joanna Newsom

    "There are a thousand different ways to sound sinister," Joanna Newsom confides.
  • Volcano the Bear
  • Volcano the Bear

    If Leicester, England's Volcano the Bear were called anything less pyro-power oriented, verbs like raze, splinter and consume would apply.
  • Lucero
  • Lucero

    "You used to love me/ A drunkard running wild in the streets/ C'mon baby, what else would you have me be?"

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