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  • Jan 23-30, 2008
  • Vol. 25, No. 4

News

  • New trial for Kenneth Maready
  • New trial for Kenneth Maready

    Almost two years after a Durham County judge sentenced Kenneth Maready to more than 50 years in prison in connection with a drunken driving death, the N.C. Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 last week that Maready deserves a new trial.
  • FCC to Time Warner: Play ball!
  • FCC to Time Warner: Play ball!

    An arbitrator appointed by the Federal Communications Commission ruled this week that Time Warner Cable must carry the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network on its standard cable package.

Elections

  • Judges to rule Friday on May 6 primary

    A lawsuit filed by Bob Hunter, former state Rep. Frank Mitchell and former state Sen. Robert Rucho seeks to delay the primary so that the courts or the legislature can redraw North Carolina's legislative district boundaries.

Music

  • Al Burian
  • Al Burian

    We gave Burian five words—emo, indie, singles, hometown and tweens—and let him talk until he was finished.

Food

Arts

Film

Columns

  • A Bell-Obama mash-up

    What presidential candidate Barack Obama would have said had he given the Durham State of the City Address...

Diversions

Ye Olde Archives

  • Thursday 1.24
  • Thursday 1.24

    Rachel Brooker's Invitation at The Scrap Exchange; Edwin Yoder's Lions at Lamb House at Bulls Head Bookshop; Randy Shull's Crossing Boundaries at Gregg Museum
  • Friday 1.25
  • Friday 1.25

    Ferenc Máté's A Vineyard in Tuscany at Regulator Bookshop; Jon Shain Trio and Adrienne Young at Broad Sreet Café; Ahleuchatistas and Grass Widow at Slim's; N.C. Dance Festival at Meredith College; Indie Entertainment Kickoff for N.C. Indicon '08 at The Pour House
  • Saturday 1.26
  • Saturday 1.26

    Mike Doughty & Kevn Kinney at The Pour House; Doubt and Topdog/ Underdog at Playmakers Rep; Footnotes Tap Ensemble at Broad Street Café

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