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  • 2008 Citizen Awards
  • 2008 Citizen Awards

    The Indy's Citizen Awards honor people and groups whose activism has positively impacted their communities, whether it's one neighborhood, a city or several counties.
  • GNAT: Creating real homeland security
  • GNAT: Creating real homeland security

    One by one, the Granville Non-violent Action Team has persuaded most, if not all, elected officials to withdraw their support or actively oppose siting the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility in Butner.
  • Reggie Edwards: Listening changes lives
  • Reggie Edwards: Listening changes lives

    "Women need fellowship," Edwards says. "We need a place where we can come and be, and get built up. And it needs to be somewhere outside of a church, just the girls getting together in a safe place."

News

  • The well-traveled Gary Smith
  • The well-traveled Gary Smith

    I asked Gary about job interviews. "I lay out what I can do. I don't feed 'em a bunch of bull like a lot of people do, and then you find out they can't do what they say they can."

Music

  • Giving thanks for new tunes
  • Giving thanks for new tunes

    We asked our critics to think about the sounds they've heard this year and offer a reflection on which album meant the most—not necessarily as a critic who's listening and responding, but as a person who's hearing and living.
  • Finally, The Foreign Exchange
  • Finally, The Foreign Exchange

    After releasing two stellar and celebrated albums in four years, The Foreign Exchange has every right to make its live debut in its home state an aggressive, ambitious affair.

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  • We are family
  • We are family

    My neighbors sometimes joke about their "gay lifestyle" of soccer matches and karate lessons, laundry and homework.

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