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  • Vol. 28, No. 38

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Food

  • Taking on the school cafeteria
  • Taking on the school cafeteria

    In her recent book, Lunch Wars: How to Start a School Food Revolution and Win the Battle for Our Children's Health, Amy Kalafa reiterates her documentary's message about unhealthy school lunches and provides resources for concerned parents.

Arts

  • <i>27 Views of Chapel Hill</i>
  • 27 Views of Chapel Hill

    Chapel Hill is where you stop and smell the flowers, or so you'll probably conclude from reading 27 Views of Chapel Hill, a collection of writing about, by and for the place and its people.
  • Fat Pig

    LaBute's characters do not play nice.
  • Gershwin at the Piano

    Recommended particularly for fans of Gershwin and old-school jazz, Gershwin at the Piano, plays through Oct. 2.

Film

  • <i>Names of Love</i>
  • Names of Love

    Viewers of The Names of Love may be left wondering if America's liberals should consider deploying armies of attractive women to seduce and transform our...

Columns

  • HPV and me

    I tell you this not as a confession, nor out of shame; 80 percent of sexually active people will contract some form of HPV, either low-risk or high-risk, in their lives.

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