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  • Vol. 24, No. 43

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  • <i>Crawford, Texas</i>
  • Crawford, Texas

    While the media attention at Camp Casey was white-hot, few people enjoyed the breadth of access as Asheville filmmaker Rebecca MacNeice.

Columns

  • Media malice

    Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin wants to fast-track relaxing media ownership rules so that a company could own TV and radio stations—and a newspaper—in the same market.
  • A vote for Catotti

    While we elect individuals to represent our general interests, I certainly don't expect each member of the city council to vote my way every time. —Julie Edmunds

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Ye Olde Archives

  • Friday, October 26
  • Friday, October 26

    Durham Art Guild Juried Art Show at Durham Art Guild; Double Negative and Goner at Slim's; Artists for Animals at Cary Gallery of Artists
  • Saturday, October 27
  • Saturday, October 27

    Annuals and Manchester Orchestra at Cat's Cradle; Crimes of the Heart at PlayMakers Repertory Company; Carolina Crush Stomp-Off at Moore Square
  • Monday, October 29
  • Monday, October 29

    Steve Forbert at The Pour House; Rick Atkinson at Quail Ridge Books & Music; Lucero, Avail and Bobby Bare Jr. at Cat's Cradle
  • Marc Jampole
  • Marc Jampole

    The poems in Music from Words are densely cerebral, the product of extensive reading, and language-crammed.
  • The money game
  • The money game

    Edwards has "substantially closed the cash gap" merely by opting into the public financing system.

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