Indy Week | Issue Archives | Apr 12, 2006

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  • Apr 12-18, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 15

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  • News Feature
  • Immigration marches spread statewide

    Monday's march and rally for immigration reform in Siler City came on the heels of another march that took place on Palm Sunday at the kickoff for the 20th annual Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace.






  • Editorial
  • Surreal

    It has been a surreal couple of weeks to live in Durham.

Ye Olde Archives

  • Preaching to the Choir
  • Spotlight
  • Preaching to the Choir

    The only misstep in the infectious family film Preaching to the Choir is its unfortunate title. There may be preaching and there may be a choir, but there is no redundant and self-congratulatory moralizing in this Afro-indie.
  • Our addiction to TV is killing us
  • OPINION: Peter Eichenberger
  • Our addiction to TV is killing us

    What you get from the media is a manufactured product carefully calculated to enthrall you sufficiently as to allow yourself to be juked into being separated from your money via the advertising that finances the production.
  • Meet Mintz
  • Citizen
  • Meet Mintz

    Is Chris Mintz a "moderate," as he says? Or just Called2Action?

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