Indy Week | Issue Archives | Feb 21, 2007

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  • Feb 21-27, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 8

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  • Teens teaching teens to connect
  • Technology Issue
  • Teens teaching teens to connect

    The Raleigh Boys Club is full of kids in the after-school hours. Away from the roar of the brightly colored main hall, two computer labs offer a quieter place to take classes and do homework.


  • More hogs, more pollution
  • North Carolina
  • More hogs, more pollution

    Smithfield Packing in Tar Heel could slaughter up to 9 million hogs a year—12 percent more than now allowed—under a draft wastewater permit proposed this month by the N.C. Department of Environmental and Natural Resources.


  • Music Briefs
  • Bigger family

    Last time Brooklyn quartet Akron/Family played the Triangle, they left feeling as though the folded arms of a scant Chapel Hill crowd cared less if they ever dipped below the Mason-Dixon again.





  • Editorial
  • Inside News

    Introducing Zork. Zork's a Martian, a creature new to Earth who's puzzled by much of what it sees.
  • Letters to the Editor

    As the sister of a murdered man whose killer is on death row, I must strenuously object to Lisa Sorg's statement "the capital punishment debate will pit ... victims' advocates against death-penalty opponents" ("Death penalty issues bounce back to judge," Feb. 7).


Free Stuff & Promos

  • Denim & Diamonds
  • Giveaways
  • Denim & Diamonds

    A pair of tickets—valued at $100 a pair—to the 2nd Annual Denim & Diamonds: A Benefit for Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Ye Olde Archives

  • Making a Mass-todon
  • Spotlight
  • Making a Mass-todon

    Over the past seven years, Atlanta, Ga.'s Mastodon has perfected a brand of more-is-more heavy metal that bowls barriers and defies categorization in a genre that thrives on fine print and substrata.
  • ...about our mental health
  • Zork Asks
  • ...about our mental health

    We observe that you are closing your psychiatric hospitals and placing the mentally ill in your prisons. Is mental illness now considered a crime

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