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  • Original glazed lovers rejoice

    Remodeled Krispy Kreme reopens in Raleigh, plus Chapel Hill and Wake Forest stores coming this summer; Café Caturra and La Volta Italiano open; Fullsteam Brewery local night

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  • Sebastian Junger's gripping war chronicles
  • Sebastian Junger's gripping war chronicles

    Junger's meditations on fear, killing and love—and on the intoxicating allure of combat for one group of young men—will no doubt earn WAR a well-deserved spot among the great works of combat journalism.
  • N.C. State TheatreFest's Murder on the Nile

    With its hot-and-bothered women and its offhandedly snobbish colonial anti-Islamism, this Agatha Christie whodunit is ripe for winking postfeminist raunch and Iraq-era indulgences in bigotry.

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  • Is soccer the ultimate democratic sport?
  • Is soccer the ultimate democratic sport?

    It's true that, in this country, soccer is still in its formative stages as a mass spectator entertainment, but when participation is considered, soccer is America's game.

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