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  • Feb 14-20, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 7

News

  • Bills address nuances of executions

    The furor over the death penalty continued last week with SB 89, introduced by state Sen. Ellie Kinnaird (D-Orange), which would form a 15-member legislative study committee to review North Carolina's lethal injection procedure.

Music

  • Why is Kings closing?

    That's the question that's been on the minds of a few thousand Raleigh residents since the middle of last week, when word began to spread that Kings—the epicenter of the Raleigh music scene—would be ending its seven-year run downtown in April.

Arts

Film

Columns

  • Running comments

    We held off accepting online comments for a while, fearful they'd become nasty and need constant monitoring. But that hasn't been the case.
  • Change and exchange

    As they set about chatting us up, I finally looked at the couple and realized these folks were homeless.
  • Letters to the Editor

    "Fundamentalists fight mandatory HPV vaccine" (Exile on Jones Street, Kirk Ross, Feb. 7) follows familiar logic: If "fundamentalists" oppose mandatory HPV vaccination, then mandatory HPV vaccination must be a good thing. If only it were that simple.

Diversions

Ye Olde Archives

  • 2.14 ~ 2.20
  • 2.14 ~ 2.20

    The Great Game and Two Trains Running; The Light in the Piazza; Celtic Concert Series; Two benefits at Cat's Cradle; Half-Cocked; Project Linus

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