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


  • 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 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.


  • 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





  • 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.


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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