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  • Sep 4-10, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 37


  • News Feature
  • Primary Endorsements 2002

    If the air has begun feeling crisp and the leaves are turning a bright yellow to match the schoolbuses rolling beneath them, it must be time for the ... spring primaries? We offer our endorsements in just about all the statewide races and local races in Wake, Durham, Orange and Chatham counties.


  • Hotter'n a Two Dollar Pistol
  • Music Feature
  • Hotter'n a Two Dollar Pistol

    With the release of their splendidly titled new album, You Ruined Everything, the Two Dollar Pistols stake their claim as heirs to the true country sound
  • Built to Scratch
  • Music Feature
  • Built to Scratch

    After over a decade in the biz, turntablists extraordinaire the X-ecutioners, aka The X-Men, are getting the props they deserve




Ye Olde Archives

  • Trotline
  • NEWS: Trotline
  • Trotline

    There's been another, um, "modification" in Raleigh Mayor Charles Meeker's campaign fundraising standards. He now takes money from developers. This unfortunate news came in the form of an invitation to join various "hosts" at a reception for the mayor. Price tag: $250 per. Among the hosts: Gordon Blackwell, Greg Hatem, Fred Mills, Roger Perry, Billie Redmond, Carter Worthy and Smedes York.

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