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  • May 2-9, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 18

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  • As bread has improved, so have bread books
  • As bread has improved, so have bread books

    The good news is that there are a few really fine bread books out there, and there's the further good news that excellent, small artisanal bakeries have been making a comeback in the United States, and in France, for quite a while now.
  • Building bread, ovens and community at Weaver Street Market

    In 1990, I left my desk job to become a bread baker. Not that I was an expert, although I'd spent plenty of time in restaurant kitchens and traveled in Europe and San Francisco enough to know what I was looking for—and that we didn't have anything like it around here.
  • Bread and politics in downtown Durham
  • Bread and politics in downtown Durham

    In the midst of harried wait staff, sailor-mouthed cooks and box-laden produce deliverymen, there is but one calm soul in the frenetic cauldron of Rue Cler's kitchen: Kevin Farmer.

News

  • Contamination cleanup planned
  • Contamination cleanup planned

    Compass/CCI won the contract to clean up PCB and dioxin contamination at Ward Transformer, an 11-acre Superfund site near the Raleigh-Durham airport and Brier Creek Commons Shopping Center.
  • Ann Akland
  • Ann Akland

    Rally and march on May 15 to fix mental health reform

Music

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Columns

  • Bread Zen

    Long before anyone in the Triangle was putting focaccia, ciabatta and batards on their shopping lists, there was Ninth Street Bakery.
  • Summer of love
  • Summer of love

    Once upon a time, in a May long ago, six (or seven?) starry-eyed, excitable boys and girls left their predictable college lives and moved to the country. They found an old farmhouse surrounded by 60 acres of woods and fields, three miles from the nearest paved road. Rent was $30 a month.
  • Letters to the Editor

    "What about the single moms of all ethnic backgrounds working multiple honest minimum-wage jobs to make ends meet?" —Larry Rubin

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Ye Olde Archives

  • <i>Ta Ra Rum Pum</i>
  • Ta Ra Rum Pum

    Car racing is an unusual subject for a Bollywood movie, but in Ta Ra Rum Pum, the track scenes filmed at the N.C. Speedway in Rockingham crackle.
  • Huddled Masses Art Auction
  • Huddled Masses Art Auction

    Friday's auction will offer acrylics, prints, watercolors, photographs and sculpture donated by 25 area professionals, plus work by 20 students and three faculty members.
  • Not a dime for Dix?
  • Not a dime for Dix?

    Weren't we supposed to have a City Council election in Raleigh this year? And indeed we will, in October, candidates or not. Because one thing we're not short of in the Cap City is issues, notwithstanding that few so far are running on any of them.

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