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  • Jul 15-22, 2009
  • Vol. 26, No. 28

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  • What's next for 1304bikes?

    1304bikes' shop coordinator issued a press release asking Mayor Charles Meeker and City Council to help the co-op find warehouse space near downtown, particularly in light of the city's recently commissioned comprehensive bicycle transportation plan.

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Music

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Arts

  • 10 by 10 in the Triangle

    A desperate woman mails herself nearly naked to impress a man; a father-to-be builds his unborn child a Death Star crib; characters from Mamet plays rhyme à la Dr. Seuss.
  • Pilobolus' 2B

    Ever have one of those dreams that seemed so vivid and just made so much sense while you were in it—but when you woke up it was gibberish?

Multimedia

  • The Catalyst Project
  • The Catalyst Project

    The Catalyst Project's anti-racist work in majority white sections of left social movements promotes deepening anti-racist commitment in white communities and building multiracial left movements for liberation.
  • HK on J March
  • HK on J March

    Scenes from the third annual Historic Thousands on Jones Street march and rally in Raleigh on Feb. 14, 2009.
  • BWFJ Organization Banquet
  • BWFJ Organization Banquet

    The theme of the Black Workers for Justice banquet reflected the current economic crisis and focused on creating solidarity in order to fight unfair business practices.

Film

Columns

  • Wishful mapping
  • Wishful mapping

    Connected Nation unveils its map of broadband access in North Carolina, but will it help the state secure stimulus dollars?
  • My Ophelia
  • My Ophelia

    Fifteen years later, through the many divergent phases of music love, I can't lodge Swamp Ophelia loose from my list of favorite albums.

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