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  • Jul 11-18, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 28

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  • Jim Early
  • Q&A
  • Jim Early

    On North Carolina's historic barbecue trail




  • New this week: <i>Romance/Romance</i>
  • On the Boards
  • New this week: Romance/Romance

    Two separate tales of male and female flirtations and relations—one set in the past and one in the present—illuminate the darker and decidedly more cynical side of love.




  • Editorial
  • Slim political pickings

    No offense to Meeker, McAlister, Foy, Bell or their council mates either, but it's not like we have too many people vying for a leadership role on the critical issues of growth and sustainable development. Truth is, we have too few.
  • Beach coma
  • Front Porch
  • Beach coma

    The simple black and white state road sign next to the highway heading east signaled the correct path to the Brunswick County beaches.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Why are hunchbacks so frequently encountered in fairy tales and fiction but never seen in our world? Because we pasteurize our milk. —T.S. Redding


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  • Hi Mom! Film Festival
  • Spotlight
  • Hi Mom! Film Festival

    These animated shorts show that in this age of wisecracking CGI-animals at the multiplex, there's still room for wit and innovation in different styles of animation.

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