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  • Apr 4-11, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 14


  • More water, more waste, what next?
  • News Feature
  • More water, more waste, what next?

    Past the rusted remains of a gas station, past the granite headstones in the Stancil Cemetery, past the freshly tilled cotton fields near Saratoga in Wilson County, former hog farmer Don Webb drives his battered Ford pickup truck to a ditch and stops.


  • Isn't this ironic?
  • Music Feature
  • Isn't this ironic?

    On the eve of Kings Barcade's destruction, a band that owes its existence to Kings celebrates its first record
  • Music Briefs
  • Bickett Gallery Closing

    Raleigh's venue woes continue: Nine days before the capital city's music mainstay, Kings Barcade, closes its doors, Bickett Gallery announced Friday it will be ending its five-year run in Five Points on May 20.
  • Birds of Avalon
  • Record Review
  • Birds of Avalon

    Digital revolution be damned, there's no use listening to Bazaar Bazaar, the debut from Birds of Avalon, on your computer: That is, unless your hard drive is hooked up to some big, wood-grain cabinet speakers.





  • Editorial
  • Downtown dirge

    We're supposed to get all excited about these big-ticket projects that are going to bring back our cities' downtowns—the $221 million (and rising) convention center in Raleigh and the $44 million performing arts center in Durham (it's too soon to start calculating the cost overruns yet).
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  • Front Porch
  • What goes around

    Frau Jung was our landlady and downstairs neighbor during the several months in 2001 that we lived in Germany.
  • Letters to the Editor

    The Independent article entitled "Great expectations" (March 7, 2007) was enlightening. However, the thorough discussion of the plight of autistic or in other ways "special" children prompts several observations.


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    We've tweaked our radio frequencies, per your suggestion. So that new ad by the N.C. Association of Realtors is coming through loud and clear—the one about "Stop the Home Tax."

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