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Looking back

Here's what The Indy was writing about the week of Sept. 3:

5 years ago: Karen A. Mann provided club-goers with an essential list of do's and don'ts to keep from being embarrassed on the local music scene. For example: DON'T dance with reckless abandon at Cat's Cradle, unless you're listening to Squirrel Nut Zippers or Bio Ritmo... DO wear layers to the Aerosmith show... If you simply must flash Steven Tyler, wear a loose T-shirt, but carry along a smart cotton sweater to pull on if the evening gets too nippy.

10 years ago: Barry Yeoman wrote about the development of New Hope Commons, the sprawling shopping center in the Durham-Chapel Hill corridor. Shopping center opponents said the "power center" would create traffic gridlock and harm a precious natural area. Developers said they would be sensitive to Durham's architecture, but the "power center" is encroaching on the most precious of undeveloped land.

20 years ago: Ann Morris wrote about Sen. Jesse Helms' opposition to a resolution aimed at ending domestic hunger. Helms said "...there is no basis to state or imply that poverty-based hunger exists in the United States today," despite the fact that thousands of people were pouring into soup kitchens, church feeding programs, urban ministries and food pantries across the state.

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