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Movie Review: Like the Films of Terrence Malick, Christopher Nolan's <i>Dunkirk</i> Is Both Epic and Meditative

Movie Review: Like the Films of Terrence Malick, Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk Is Both Epic and Meditative

Also like Malick, it's a high-minded morass in which the characters are hard to grasp through Nolan's fog of war.
Baldwin Bows Out of Raleigh At-large Race; All Council Candidates Have Opposition

Baldwin Bows Out of Raleigh At-large Race; All Council Candidates Have Opposition

Mary-Ann Baldwin has elected not to run for her at-large seat in October. Incumbent at-large member Russ Stephenson has six opponents and every district member also faces opposition.
Movie Review: Luc Besson Breaks the Bank for the Visually Extravagant, Emotionally Empty <i>Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets</i>

Movie Review: Luc Besson Breaks the Bank for the Visually Extravagant, Emotionally Empty Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

The film unites the bifurcated fantasies of Silicon Valley: a Burning Man-style frontier playground beyond society's rules crosscut with the purely digital world of unrestricted capital flows.
Durham Elections: Who's Running for What

Durham Elections: Who's Running for What

The candidate filing period ended this afternoon for mayor, council races.
At-Large Candidates Abound as Filing for Raleigh City Elections Nears an End

At-Large Candidates Abound as Filing for Raleigh City Elections Nears an End

Russ Stephenson has seven opponents so far in the October 10 race. Filing ends at noon Friday.

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<i>Spider-Man: Homecoming</i> Makes a Fifty-Five-Year-Old Hero Feel Like a Kid Again

Spider-Man: Homecoming Makes a Fifty-Five-Year-Old Hero Feel Like a Kid Again

The web-slinger's debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe opens on Friday, July 9.

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