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Our critics weigh in on the good, the bad and the downright ugly in theater, dance, visual art, books, music and film

The best (and worst) of 2003 

Our critics weigh in on the good, the bad and the downright ugly in theater, dance, visual art, books, music and film

All that drama: The best of Triangle theater
By Byron Woods

Too right feet: The best of Triangle dance
By Byron Woods

Envisioning the arts: The best of visual arts
By Max Halperen

Bookin’ It: The best of local reading
By John Valentine

The listening room: The best of music
By Grayson Currin

The Rising Mainstream: The best of film
By Godfrey Cheshire

The good, the bad and the downright ugly: The best--and worst--of film (Take 2)
By David Fellerath

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