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  • Vol. 27, No. 17

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Food

  • The air is thick with thoughts of biscuits

    Neal's Deli featured twice in NYT; Mecca Restaurant turns 80; Grandma Hoyt's Country Buffet truck; You Don't Know Biscuits blog; Raleigh Downtown Farmers' Market opens; Eastern Market Oriental Food to close

Arts

  • Raleigh Ensemble Players' <i>Dark Play</i>
  • Raleigh Ensemble Players' Dark Play

    After using the Internet to get back at bullies at school, Nick's interested in seeing how much further he can push people he looks down on, those whose "gullibility threshold" is greater than his own.
  • Burning Coal Theatre's <i>Gee's Bend</i>
  • Burning Coal Theatre's Gee's Bend

    Told in slices of life linked by gospel songs over the better part of the 20th century, Gee's Bend follows an African-American family over the course of many years.

Film

Columns

  • How to buy sustainable wood

    Which woods are OK to purchase and which are not, in the interest of preserving forests and not harming those who depend upon them?
  • Food fight

    I remember telling someone that deer were nature's natural pruners. Whoops.

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