Indy Week | Issue Archives | Nov 22, 2006

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  • Nov 22-28, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 47

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  • Margie Ellison
  • Margie Ellison

    Tireless Chatham County activist tackles minority voting rights, youth enrichment and nuke plant safety

News

  • Duke dodges John Poindexter's past in terrorism speech
  • Duke dodges John Poindexter's past in terrorism speech

    Distributed in press releases from the Provost's office and the Duke Office of News and Communications, Poindexter's biography was sanitized of an important fact: The former National Security Adviser under President Ronald Reagan was convicted in 1990 of five felonies for his role in the Iran-Contra scandal.

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Columns

  • Taxing trees
  • Taxing trees

    Opening up the tax code to revision is less like getting under the hood than it is opening Pandora's Box, but occasionally, bravely, legislators have to pop open the lid on that sucker to fix something gone awry.
  • Off the couch

    If you're one of those Indy readers who works on political campaigns, serves on a nonprofit board, mentors at-risk teenagers or plans to serve Thanksgiving dinner at a local soup kitchen, then stop reading this now.

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Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of 11.22 ~ 11.28
  • For the week of 11.22 ~ 11.28

    DAT Politics at Nightlight; 37th Annual Carolina Designer Craftsmen Fair; Project Bluebird at Kings; Go Outside Day; Triangle Vegetarian Society Thanksgiving
  • <i>Shut Up & Sing</i>
  • Shut Up & Sing

    Shut Up & Sing reveals a defiant and unapologetic trio devoted to their craft, true supporters and, yes, country, while actually embracing the involuntary transformation of their fan base.
  • Kymia Nawabi
  • Kymia Nawabi

    This Saturday is the last chance to see real real worrier warrior, an exhibition of new work by Kymia Nawabi at Raleigh's Lump Gallery.
  • The Hold Steady
  • The Hold Steady

    A sticker on the cover of The Hold Steady's third album, Boys and Girls in America, carries the question of Rolling Stone's Rob Sheffield: "Damn, Hold Steady. How can one band be so good?"

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