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<i>Written on the Heart</i> Reveals the Dangers and Conflicts Behind the King James Bible

Written on the Heart Reveals the Dangers and Conflicts Behind the King James Bible

David Edgar’s historical drama is currently running at Murphey School Auditorium courtesy of Burning Coal.

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The Typographer’s Dream Finds Unexpected Insight and Delight in a Sketch-Comedy Premise

Theater The second production by Black Ops Theatre Company is currently running at Manbites Dog Theater.

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The Elements of Style: Welcome to the INDY’s First Fashion Special

Fashion From maker culture to eco-fashion, high-end retail to humble thrift, we survey how and why to dress in the Triangle.

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Detoxing with Warren Ellis, Whose Near-Future Vision of Digital Exhaustion is Probably Already Here

Reading The legendary comics and prose author brings his new book, Normal, to Flyleaf Books this week.

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Shopping Is Hard: A Fashion-Challenged INDY Editor Gets a Style Assist

Fashion Want to find a new look but don’t know where to start? Time to call in a pro.

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Photo Journal: Humans of the Triangle

Fashion Our photographer roves the streets and finds them awash in stylish people.

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You Do You: The INDY’s Super Fabulous Interactive Dress-Up Doll Extravaganza

Fashion How to dress where in the Triangle.

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Learn to Wreck the Racks at Local Thrift Stores

Fashion Our correspondent opens the vault on her years of experience as a thorough thrifter.

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Heart on Sleeve: Local Designers Wear Their Activism Loud and Proud

Fashion We look back at the activist fashion trends of 2016, from the Black Lives Matter/Black Flag T-shirt to the band MAKE’s McCrory takedown.

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Campus Quips and Pop-Culture Blips Coded in UNC’s Digital T-shirt Archive

Fashion These T’s tell tales of dorm rivalries, UNC basketball, and the pervasive influence of Soulja Boy.

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Buying From Local Makers Can Be Costly, but It’s Worth the Extra Effort

Fashion From the Makery in Durham to the Maker’s Mercantile website, D.I.Y. design thrives in the Triangle.

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