Indy Week | Issue Archives | Mar 14, 2007

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  • Vol. 24, No. 11

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  • Free, no-rip-off tax preparation
  • Durham County
  • Free, no-rip-off tax preparation

    N.C. Central University law students trained and certified to prepare tax returns through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program are offering free income tax preparation and filing.


  • Music Briefs
  • Movie madness

    Editor's note: This is an excerpt from Rick Cornell's entry "On the Duke Side" on the Independent's music blog, Scan.





  • Editorial
  • The house next door

    For Indy photographer Derek Anderson, the Duke lacrosse tragedy that started a year ago this week was about the house next door.
  • Safe paint
  • Living Green
  • Safe paint

    Most commercial paints emit harmful fumes containing volatile organic compounds, many of which cause cancer.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Point of clarification; Kudos for story on autism and schools; Expect accountability


Free Stuff & Promos

  • <font color="#996633">Zig-Zag&reg; Live</font>
  • Giveaways
  • Zig-Zag® Live

    A pair of tickets to the Zig-Zag Live Tour stop in Chapel Hill—@ Local 506, Tuesday, April 3

Ye Olde Archives

  • Sunday, March 18
  • 8 Days a Week
  • Sunday, March 18

    The Big Picture opens at NCMA; A Midsummer Night's Dream closes at Peace College; The Durham Savoyards' H.M.S. Pinafore continues
  • Cleaning up (on) Wall Street
  • Citizen
  • Cleaning up (on) Wall Street

    Were you shocked, shocked to learn that state Treasurer Richard Moore, whose job is to invest the state's pension funds, has been taking campaign contributions from the very suits he pays to help him make those investments? The same Richard Moore who'd like to be your next Democratic governor?

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