Indy Week | Issue Archives | Apr 22, 2009

Browse by Year

  • Issue Archive for
  • Apr 22-29, 2009
  • Vol. 26, No. 16

News

  • Public input sought on New Hill project
  • Public input sought on New Hill project

    Citizens have less than one week to comment on a draft Environmental Impact Statement on a controversial wastewater treatment plant proposed for New Hill, a primarily African-American community in unincorporated western Wake County.
  • Waste and cost raise doubts about nuclear power

    Beyond the valid safety arguments, there are other concerns about the nuclear solution: the exorbitant cost to build the plants, their financial risk, and the absence of a place to dispose of tons of dangerous radioactive waste.

Music

Food

  • Restoring legacies
  • Restoring legacies

    New openings: Busy Bee Cafe, Artichoke Basil Pizza, ShabaShabu; plus Carolina Garden Co-op Grow-Down, Piedmont Farm Tour

Arts

  • Existential variations in <i>Life X 3</i>
  • Existential variations in Life X 3

    Yasmina Reza's play puts two couples in a living room with a lot of alcohol and watches them go at each other, and then repeats the scene, with differences, twice.
  • Spelling secrets in <i>Eleemosynary</i>
  • Spelling secrets in Eleemosynary

    Lee Blessing's pensive, nuanced play probes the uncanny nature of charity—and its unintended consequences—while examining the troubled mother-daughter relationships of three generations in the Wesbrook family.
  • Brush with stardom in <i>Jimmy Dean</i>
  • Brush with stardom in Jimmy Dean

    Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean takes place in a tiny West Texas town just before and during the reunion of the "Disciples of James Dean" on the 20th anniversary of his death.

Film

Columns

  • Driving Clean & Green
  • Driving Clean & Green

    More than two dozen cars, trucks, buses and utility vehicles displayed the latest in green automotive technology at the Driving Clean & Green event.

Diversions

Free Stuff & Promos

  • Wizard of Oz
  • Wizard of Oz

    We are giving away (1) family four pack of tickets for opening night of Broadway Series South's Wizard of Oz!

Ye Olde Archives


Our Guides

© 2016 Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
RSS Feeds | Powered by Foundation