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  • Feb 7-13, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 6

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  • Sell Outs

    The numbers are in, and staffers at N.C. State's student-run radio station, WKNC 88.1, estimate that they raised $1,500 for the station at last weekend's fourth annual Double Barrel Benefit.
  • Social Memory Complex

    Social Memory Complex's battle is upHill. That is, their existence is a reflection of what it means to be making rap music in a predominantly indie rock town, a town like Chapel Hill.





  • Poor execution

    Once again, the ethical contortions inherent in the death penalty are on display as all three branches of state government wrestle with contradictions that simply can't be resolved.
  • Fear factor

    Imagine there's a man who's lived in your community 30 years and has been a plumber, farmer, teacher, father, husband and homebuilder.
  • Fumes

    On a cold, dark, windy, winter night, a man stops at an unfamiliar convenience store for a tank of gas. Maybe he could've waited until daylight, maybe not.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Neither UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor James Moeser nor UNC Health Care CEO William Roper actually addressed any of the substantive issues your Jan. 17 piece, "UNC Inc.," raised ("In response," Jan. 31).


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Ye Olde Archives

  • 2.7 ~ 2.13
  • 2.7 ~ 2.13

    Dance Brazil; Dave Rawlings Machine; Hobex; Valentine's Day Jazz Festival at Hayti; Have-a-Heart for Independent Animal Rescue; Our Town
  • David Simonton
  • David Simonton

    Since settling in North Carolina seven years ago, photographer David Simonton has documented the rustic byways and abandoned spaces of a steadily suburbanizing state.

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