Indy Week | Issue Archives | Apr 11, 2007

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  • Apr 11-18, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 15

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  • McKissick wins, women lose
  • McKissick wins, women lose

    After four rounds of voting Monday night, Durham County Democratic Party Chairman Floyd McKissick Jr. won the election for the state senate seat that opened up when Jeanne Lucas died last month.

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Columns

  • Our artists

    We're excited that the works of two of our staff artists will be on display this week at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
  • Letters to the Editor

    Thank you for your in-depth coverage of the human and environmental costs of corporate agriculture as practiced by the American industrial agribusiness complex ("Big pig," by Bob Geary and Lisa Sorg, cover story, April 4).

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Ye Olde Archives

  • <i>Climates</i>
  • Climates

    In a new film from Turkey called Climates, a couple seems exhausted from the opening frames: We see the face of an attractive—but not glamorous—young woman in a tight close-up.
  • Moldy oldies
  • Moldy oldies

    In 1987, exceptional Bordeaux reds from the 1950s were available for purchase at what today can only be called insane prices.

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