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


  • 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.





  • 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?


  • 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.



  • 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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