Indy Week | Issue Archives | Jan 24, 2007

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  • Jan 24-30, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 4





  • Instant nostalgia
  • Casual Observer
  • Instant nostalgia

    Less than a month after Charles Latham played this show at 305 South in Durham, I saw Gary Higgins play at The Mercury Lounge in New York City.




  • Editorial
  • Take a minute

    We've let policy-making become a spectator sport. We read about the state's urgent needs, we talk with friends about how bad health care/ oil dependency/ campaign financing problems have gotten, but we think we don't have time to do anything about it.
  • Front Porch
  • The crone

    When I was home for the holidays, my mother's Wiccan friend Rebecca asked me to write something for my mother's croning ceremony, celebrating the accumulated wisdom of her six decades as a woman.
  • Letters to the Editor

    In "The Pope Center defends itself" (First Person, Jan. 17), Jane Shaw writes that John William Pope created the Pope Center in 1996 "to improve the quality of higher education, especially in North Carolina."


Free Stuff & Promos

Ye Olde Archives

  • 1.24 ~ 1.30
  • Best Bets
  • 1.24 ~ 1.30

    Radicals in Black and Brown at UNC; Murphey to Manteo's On the Record: Breaking Your Band conference; Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer at Duke; Festival de Tangophilia; Burning Coal's Pentecost
  • <i>A Man of No Importance</i>
  • Spotlight
  • A Man of No Importance

    First a film with Albert Finney, then an off-Broadway hit musical, now A Man of No Importance comes to Raleigh courtesy of North Carolina Theater and its annual Kids on Broadway production.

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