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  • Vol. 24, No. 34

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  • Stereotype me!

    Local fans tell you what (they think) you need to know about area schools, plus a few actual facts
  • Shacking up

    Where to sleep in Chapel Hill when your bed's too small

News

  • Toxins cleanup cost: $5 million
  • Toxins cleanup cost: $5 million

    Cleaning up PCBs in Little Brier Creek and its streams will cost at least $5 million, while fish from those waterways may not be safe to eat until 2021.

Music

  • Schnitzel's "Truck Bedliner"
  • Schnitzel's "Truck Bedliner"

    "To get really inspired, I listen to the radio. Not satellite radio or Internet radio or college radio or public radio. I mean good old American shitty corporate new-rock alternative radio. 'Cause it pisses me off. And when I hear it, I know I could write better songs."

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    Warehousing animals in cages for months or years isn't the solution to the companion animal overpopulation crisis. —Ileana Sisson

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