• Issue Archive for
  • Jan 30 - Feb 6, 2008
  • Vol. 25, No. 5

Columns

  • Tread lightly

    It is interesting how the universities are communicating with city officials—their fellow power elite—but also with average citizens who will be affected, for better or for worse.

News

  • Raleigh: Playing catch-up

    "If we want to be a leader, if we want to be a 'green city,' which we fall well short of being, we'd better start to walk the walk as well as talk the talk," says councilman Thomas Crowder.
  • Monster mixed-use set for Morrisville
  • Monster mixed-use set for Morrisville

    The plan includes a 3,000-seat movie theater, up to 350 apartments, a five-story hotel, 50,000 square feet of office space and an 180,000-square-foot big-box store with grocery.
  • Raleigh to chime in on NBAF
  • Raleigh to chime in on NBAF

    Wake County residents will have an opportunity to comment on the federal National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, proposed for a site just five miles north of Falls Lake, Raleigh's primary source of drinking water.

Elections

  • Elections 2007: Cakewalks and catfights

    The year-end campaign finance reports were due Jan. 25, and tracked contributions and expenditures for the last half of the year, including those crucial two weeks before Election Day.
  • Crashing the party

    Superior Court Judge Leon Stanback Jr chose not to rule on the constitutionality of the state's ballot access law, choosing to send the case to trial.

Music

  • Kimya Dawson attracts large crowds

    Dawson appeared at Chaz's Bull City Records, Schoolkids Records, Bull City Headquarters; Megafaun, I Was Totally Destroying It, Red Collar performed at Local 506

Arts

Food

Film

Diversions

Free Stuff & Promos

  • Sweeney Todd
  • Sweeney Todd

    We are giving away a pair of tickets each weekend to Company Carolinas production of Sweeney Todd!!

Ye Olde Archives

  • Wednesday 1.30
  • Wednesday 1.30

    The Whigs, The Sammies, Bull City at Local 506; Rita Mae Brown's The Purrfect Murder at McIntyre's Fine Books
  • Friday 2.1
  • Friday 2.1

    Jason Craighead and Tricia McKellar's Microcosm/ Macrocosm at Miriam Preston Block Gallery, Avery C. Upchurch Government Complex; Nina Nastasia at Local 506; Michael Rank & Marc E. Smith with Bringerer at The Cave
  • Saturday 2.2
  • Saturday 2.2

    Toni Morrison at the Jubilee for Reynolds Price at Duke Chapel; Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball at Chatham Mills; FrequNC Records Night at Nightlight; African American Dance Ensemble at Stewart Theatre, N.C. State campus; Pink Floyd The Wall at Colony Theatre
  • Tuesday 2.5
  • Tuesday 2.5

    "The Life and Times of James 'Thunder' Early" at Center for Documentary Studies; Knocked Up at Griffith Theater, Duke campus; Super Fat Tuesday at Fishmonger's

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