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  • Sep 15-22, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 37

Columns

  • Volcanicity

    Is there any way to harness volcanic energy to meet our electricity and other power needs?
  • Complicated family trees

    When the family tree gets complicated; How does my daughter know she's gay?; Friends want to set me up with every gay guy they know; Prefers not to beg for Date No. 2

Hopscotch Music Festival

News

  • When a bridge is more than a bridge
  • When a bridge is more than a bridge

    R. Kelly Bryant Jr., whose name graces the new pedestrian bridge, is a forthcoming and valuable repository of history about Hayti, Durham's once-thriving historically black community.

Elections

Music

Arts

  • William Gibson's <i>Zero History</i>
  • William Gibson's Zero History

    Gibson's prose is fast and dense as a microchip, with coruscating arcs of classical eloquence: an 18th-century building looks like "the face of someone falling asleep on the subway."
  • SPARKcon 2010
  • SPARKcon 2010

    How many SPARKs are in SPARKcon 2010? The answer is a record 14: art, bazaar, circus (new), cyber (new), dance, design (new), fashion, film, graffiti, idea, music, poetry, tasty and theater.

Food

  • N.C.'s fine wine lineage
  • N.C.'s fine wine lineage

    A History of North Carolina Wine traces a line from the former heyday of North Carolina wine, before the twin pressures of temperance and bootlegging halted its growth, to the modern era.

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