• Issue Archive for
  • Dec 6-12, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 49

Columns

  • Our beats

    The scene has become a familiar one for me: The dark, somewhat dank insides of the Cat's Cradle in Carrboro, band members on stage tuning and joking around, kids in the audience ready to rock.
  • Letters to the Editor

    The Independent's readers—accustomed as we are to celebrating citizen activists—were let down by your indifferent review of Jean-Christian Rostagni's excellent Life on Mars, Part 1: A Photo-Critique of America, exhibit at Through This Lens gallery ("Freedom art," Nov. 22).

News

Music

  • Zipping again

    The Squirrel Nut Zippers will return to the road for four shows in February with The Old Ceremony in Baltimore, Atlanta, Washington, D.C. and at the Cat's Cradle.
  • Out with the old...
  • Out with the old...

    For four years, I've been fielding two consistent complaints about music in the Triangle. The first is that, aside from the regulars of local bars, no one cares about music in the Triangle, especially outside of the state. The second is that Triangle music—from jazz and rock to hip hop and country—suffers from a systemic lack of edge.

Arts

Food

Film

Diversions

Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of 12.6 ~ 12.12
  • For the week of 12.6 ~ 12.12

    Hops for Hounds at AniMall; LatinBeat Film Festival at Galaxy; Nutcrackers and holiday performances; Traction's Festivus for the Left of Us; Kings' Great Cover-Up
  • <i>Mon Oncle</i>
  • Mon Oncle

    Jacques Tati's comedies are divisive, not because they contain sex or violence (they don't), but because some viewers wonder what's supposed to be funny.

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