• Issue Archive for
  • Jul 20-27, 2011
  • Vol. 28, No. 29

Special Issues

Columns

  • Good eggs

    In our rural neighborhood, mailboxes have multiple functions and signal codes.

News

  • Hot dog vendors don't relish Duke police
  • Hot dog vendors don't relish Duke police

    Duke University's vice president of public relations says that following the complete city mobile food ordinance—including the clause that requires vendors to move 60 feet every 15 minutes—is a matter of safety.

Music

  • The guide to the week's concerts
  • The guide to the week's concerts

    John Wesley Coleman, Heartless Bastards, Lilac Shadows, The Invisible Hand, Borrowed Beams of Light, Zen Frisbee, Moonface, New Town Drunks, Red Hot Poker Dots, Curtis Ellis, Fuck the Facts, Delicate Steve, Josh Ritter, American Idol Live, Rock Star Stephen Vincent

Arts

Food

  • Support your local shrimper
  • Support your local shrimper

    Imported shrimp, most of it farm raised, now accounts for roughly 90 percent of U.S. sales. Domestic shrimpers in the southeast Atlantic region have banded together to try to market what they see as their advantages, which dovetail neatly with a locally grown narrative.

Film

Diversions


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