Indy Week | Issue Archives | Mar 7, 2007

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  • Mar 7-14, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 10


  • Privatizing insanity

    The same story is turning up over and over again these days: Public health concerns that are the result of the insane notion that private and public institutions can take care of the poorest, sickest among us and make money doing it.
  • Selma

    March marks the 42nd anniversary of "Bloody Sunday"
  • Theme time green

    It's nighttime in the big country. A dog races off into the woods. Chasing a deer, a far away siren, a moon shadow? He doesn't even know why.
  • Letters to the Editor

    I'm grateful for Peter Eichenberger's latest piece ("Saving Dix—and what she stood for," Feb. 14), as well as for the Indy's excellent overall coverage of both the place's and the patients' fate.


  • Lori Elmer
  • Lori Elmer

    Farmworkers' attorney, Legal Aid of N.C.


  • New to the crate
  • New to the crate

    New albums by The Nein, Erie Choir, DJ Mick Boogie & Little Brother, David Childers & the Modern Don Juans, Un Deux Trois, People Under the Bridge





Ye Olde Archives

  • Ironies and echoes

    Irony is an overused word and an oft-misunderstood concept. Still, what better term describes the juxtaposition found in local daily newspapers last week?
  • Magik Markers
  • Magik Markers

    You'd have to be a detective to keep up with the output of noise-rock titan Magik Markers.

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