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  • Vol. 24, No. 16

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  • North Carolina
  • Insider "605" meetings shape laws

    North Carolina is a major culprit in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, ranking fourth in the nation in increases of global warming pollution from 1990-2004. That somber report, released last week by Environment North Carolina, underscores the importance of clean energy legislation winding through the state house—including a trip through a little-known working group whose meetings are largely a mystery.

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Arts

  • May: Midtown Dickens
  • Band of the Month
  • May: Midtown Dickens

    There's something really awesome that's starting to happen in the Triangle. People all over are taking their art seriously, and the best part is that they're doing it together. We wanted to set up a show with all of our friends, so we asked a ton of people to play. We didn't expect them all to say yes, but since everyone is so rad, they did. It's going to be an amazing circus of a day, with music from all over the map. 

Film

Columns

  • Editorial
  • Data basics

    The exchange of information—and the lack thereof—is a subplot throughout the news, and throughout our pages, this week.
  • Disobedience
  • Front Porch
  • Disobedience

    I teach high school, so I'm used to students not following directions, whether by choice or by chance.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Suffering does not get any worse than if you are the one being slaughtered. —Beth Levine

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Ye Olde Archives

  • Bill McKibben's <i>Deep Economy</i>
  • Spotlight
  • Bill McKibben's Deep Economy

    McKibben's latest book, Deep Economy, is a challenge to one of the philosophical underpinnings of economic theory, namely, that more—more goods, more growth—is better.

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