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Fall Guide 2007 

As the leaves and temperatures fall, the spotlight turns to live events on campuses; plus, our writers survey autumn arts highlights.

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Duke Performances
Can Aaron Greenwald bring the Duke campus to Durham, and vice versa?
By Grayson Currin

Ambitious live arts programming at UNC and N.C. State
Teachers and students
By Zack Smith

Live music
Looking for space as the venues endure a shake-up
By Grayson Currin

Theater and dance
New work by local and visiting troupes
By Byron Woods

Visual art
Facing walls in galleries and museums this fall
By Karlie Justus

Four Pulitzer Prize winners and a National Book Award winner visit the Triangle
By Adam Sobsey

Out of many to miss, a few to look out for
By Zack Smith

Foreign affairs
New prints of Janus classics at NCMA
By Neil Morris


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