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  • Jul 5-11, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 27


  • 9 ways YOU can achieve energy independence!
  • National
  • 9 ways YOU can achieve energy independence!

    It doesn't have to be expensive. Whether you give your home an energy audit or get politically involved, eat more local food or spend four bucks a month to support production of green power, there's lots you can do to help wean America from our expensive addiction to fossil fuels. But we've got to start now--time is running out.
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  • Shared history
  • Visual Art
  • Shared history

    Two personal collections of art offer counterpoints on the African-American experience



  • Editorial
  • Fragile?

    Opponents of the far-right have always felt a mix of outrage and marvel at the way neoconservatives defined issues with clever (if misleading) catch phrases.
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Hal gets it

    I bet you'll catch lots of flak over Hal Crowther's article "Sympathy for the Devils?", but I think you were right on target in all respects.
  • Letters to the Editor
  • What about Nifong?

    I mostly loved Hal Crowther's article "Sympathy for the Devils?" Working with the athletic teams at Duke has given me a bit of an inside look at these kids.


Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of July 5 through July 11
  • Best Bets
  • For the week of July 5 through July 11

    Staged reading of Howard Zinn's primary sources; Weekend celebrations at Kings; The Black Crowes, The Drive-By Truckers and Robert Randolph & The Family Band at Alltel; Natural Horror Picture Show at the Museum of Natural Sciences; Eve Sussman's new video at the Nasher
  • Six Organs of Admittance
  • Spotlight
  • Six Organs of Admittance

    School of the Flower, the 2005 full-length from San Francisco's Six Organs of Admittance, was, as somewhat obscure indie rock goes, a popular breakthrough.
  • Citizen
  • In denial

    Can we even stand to think about America this July 4?

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