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  • Jan 10-16, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 2

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  • The best theater of 2006
  • Arts Preview
  • The best theater of 2006

    We tend to remember magic. It's a good thing we do: As an antidote for cold days, friendless winds and iron skies, the memory of it can warm the soul as well as any soup.



  • Music Briefs
  • Durham rooms

    The Durham venue quest continues: Aside from the occasional acoustic show, Chaz's Bull City Records is withdrawing almost completely from the show business.


  • February: Nathan Asher & The Infantry
  • Band of the Month
  • February: Nathan Asher & The Infantry

    There's an element to our music that's constantly building tension and maybe a little bit of anxiety and a cramming of words into small spaces. The influence for that isn't necessarily an artist like Ludacris or Dylan, but a life spent playing a lot of video games.



  • Front Porch
  • An auspicious year

    I awoke Sunday morning still without a plan for New Year's Eve. I told my wife, Ellen, that my only requirements were that it not involve a crowd and that we do something intentional rather than falling asleep on the couch watching Dick Clark.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Brian D. Voyce refers to examples of how the United States vigorously enforced patent protections for U.S. citizens protecting U.S. patents in the late 1800s (Backtalk, Dec. 20, 2006).


Ye Olde Archives

  • 1.10 ~ 1.16
  • Best Bets
  • 1.10 ~ 1.16

    Cat's Cradle's intro to local music; Carolina Ballet's Monet Impressions; Jill Conner Browne; Valentino Achak Deng; MLK Jr. Day celebrations; Ghost & Spice's Silence by the Masters

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