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  • Archibald J. Motley Jr., "Hot Rhythm," 1961.
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  • Photograph of Chief J.O. Adeltula by Phyllis Galembo.
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  • Feb 12-19, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 7





  • Festen at Little Green Pig

    An extended family has gathered to celebrate the 60th birthday of Helge, its most accomplished elder. Dinner and drinks have been served, and a reflective, mellow mood has been established...
  • <i>The Maids</i> at Common Ground
  • The Maids at Common Ground

    Jean Genet's dark classic, The Maids, is a twisted, psychosexual critique of class—and a perversely perfect accompaniment, in its way, for the current conversation on increasing economic disparity in the United States.
  • A revival of Wit in Raleigh

    Margaret Edson's darkly comic cancer drama Wit has been an excellent showcase for such top-caliber actresses as Cynthia Nixon on stage and Emma Thompson in the HBO film version.
  • Extraordinary gentlemen
  • Extraordinary gentlemen

    In the book Sweet Tea, scholar, author and activist E. Patrick Johnson interviewed five generations of gay African American men in the South—72 in all, ages 19 to 93—to begin filling in the missing history of that community.




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