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  • Mar 28 - Apr 4, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 13


  • Concrete's back
  • Durham County
  • Concrete's back

    Just as unexpected and unannounced as his disappearance, he has returned to what all seem to agree is his rightful place on Ninth Street in Durham.


  • Selling cool
  • SXSW
  • Selling cool

    How thousands of bands brand themselves in Austin
  • Our band is AWESOME
  • SXSW
  • Our band is AWESOME

    Sorry our SXSW coverage is in first-person. Then again, everything about SXSW is in first-person.
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  • April: The Wigg Report
  • Band of the Month
  • April: The Wigg Report

    We feel our stripped-down unorthodox instrumentation is a constant creative challenge. We can make a pretty big complex sound with just acoustic instruments, a stripped-down drum set with no kick, and a sax playing the bass line standing on a street corner. It's fun to accomplish that.



  • Editorial
  • Poems and passions

    Whatever name it's going by these days, wiki or public or community journalism, the participation of our readers in reflecting the life and times of the Triangle has long been important to the Independent.
  • Front Porch
  • Random act

    It was the middle of my workday and I was running errands at lunchtime. I stopped by the drugstore to pick up a prescription, hoping to cross off one more "to do" item from my list.
  • Letters to the Editor

    "For all the accomplishments of Western society, there have also been downfalls, neither of which we should soon forget." —Andrew Williams


Ye Olde Archives

  • <i>The Forever Dead</i>
  • Spotlight
  • The Forever Dead

    Triangle audiences nostalgic for the days of B-fright features can experience homegrown horror at its most bloody and barebones this Saturday during a screening of The Forever Dead at Raleigh's Volume 11 Tavern.
  • <i>N*gger Wetb*ck Ch*nk: The Race Show</i>
  • Spotlight
  • N*gger Wetb*ck Ch*nk: The Race Show

    N*gger Wetb*ck Ch*nk: The Race Show combines poetry, stand-up, monologues and other storytelling techniques to tell the tales of three friends who happen to be black, Latino and Asian, as they discuss racism, stereotypes, and identity.
  • ... about socks
  • Zork Asks
  • ... about socks

    Please explain the operation of your sock markets. Why did you pick socks to be your medium of exchange?

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