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  • Vol. 27, No. 7

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  • Justice Theater Project's <i>Fences</i>
  • Justice Theater Project's Fences

    In a time of economic—and, apparently, aesthetic—downsizing in local theaters, it's refreshing to see an actor and a company unafraid to swing for the rafters.
  • Deep Dish's <i>An Ideal Husband</i>
  • Deep Dish's An Ideal Husband

    This is a valiant attempt at a marvelous play, and it gets some of the laughs it deserves—but you wish the team had injected more bubbles.
  • Bare Theatre's Boys and Girls

    While no first-date plays are in the mix, two of the three contemporary one-acts here have real potential to qualify for a last-date encounter.

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  • Confusion reigns over Wake commissioners' abortion vote

    On a pair of 3-3 votes along party lines, the commissioners neither ratified nor overturned County Manager David Cooke's unilateral decision to drop coverage for elective abortions from the health insurance plan for Wake employees.
  • Safety networking
  • Safety networking

    "Facebook just became totally worth it," wrote Christie, my grade-school best friend, this morning.

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