Indy Week | Issue Archives | Oct 18, 2006

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  • Oct 18-24, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 42


  • Wake County
  • Toxic worries linger in Apex

    When Environmental Quality's hazmat facility burst into flames Oct. 5, Jimmy Sauls and his wife were two blocks away, watching TV in the Apex house they've called home for 22 years.




  • Dingy drawers
  • Theater
  • Dingy drawers

    Playmakers' fallen Underpants pushes much better shows to side stages



  • Editorial
  • Watchdogs

    It was refreshing this month to see the payoff when The News & Observer put the time and resources into an investigation of paramount public interest.
  • Front Porch
  • Earthbound

    Two things happened last week: The weather turned and our rural electric company took down a pair of dead oak trees along a right of way.
  • Front Porch
  • Overmedicated

    I thought I was healthy. Then I turned on the television and was battered by two consecutive commercials for prescription drugs.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Hal Crowther has hit the nail on the head so precisely so many times, he must be ready for a new hammer.


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Ye Olde Archives

  • For the week of 10.18~10.24
  • Best Bets
  • For the week of 10.18~10.24

    Amy Sedaris reads from her latest book; The Melvins at Cat's Cradle; Broken Fader Cartel's Audible, Visible: A Night of Electronic Music and Art; Stacy Mitchell reads from Big Box Swindle
  • <i>The Prestige</i>
  • Spotlight
  • The Prestige

    The Prestige tries to make the point that it's better not to know the truths behind an illusion, and does so by making these truths weird and confusing.
  • Coaching blues
  • OPINION: A Fan's View
  • Coaching blues

    James Moore Tatum, one of the premier college football coaches of his time, took a pay cut to return to his alma mater, the University of North Carolina. That, of course, made the signing even more of a coup.
  • Wayne Hancock
  • Spotlight
  • Wayne Hancock

    When you talk to Wayne "The Train" Hancock about his music, you'd better get it right.

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