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  • Jun 6-13, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 23


  • NCSU's Pope proposal advances
  • Wake County
  • NCSU's Pope proposal advances

    Toby Parcel, dean of NCSU's CHASS, says a proposal to the conservative John W. Pope Foundation asked for $1,885,000 over five years, posted anonymously to a blog, is the real thing.


  • Music Briefs
  • Patty Hurst Shifter; The Brewery

    PHS have just released Fugitive Glue, the first of three limited-edition EPs they plan to unveil by Christmas through their own Pants on Fire imprint.





  • Editorial
  • Tax trash

    This started with a simple question: Why should I pay the City of Durham $51.48 a year to pick up my trash, recycling and yard waste—as proposed by the city's garbage honchos—when I'm already paying property taxes?
  • Front Porch
  • That beaver feeling

    Mid-May, beautiful weather, and it's my second week back in Durham, home from college. It's amazing how much you change—and forget—in four years.
  • Letters to the Editor

    I am incredulous that Stern and the Independent presented this article as "investigative" reporting. —Shannon Julian


Free Stuff & Promos

  • <font color="#660000">Carolina Rollergirls</font>
  • Giveaways
  • Carolina Rollergirls

    A pair of tickets to the Carolina Rollergirls vs. Dominion Derby Girls bout—Saturday, June 9 at historic Dorton Arena

Ye Olde Archives

  • <i>Paris, Je T'Aime</i>
  • Spotlight
  • Paris, Je T'Aime

    Comprised of 18 petites romances de quartiers (little neighborhood romances), Paris, Je T'Aime employs a dazzling international array of writers, directors and actors that reflects the diversity of modern France.
  • Will Allison's <i>What You Have Left</i>
  • Spotlight
  • Will Allison's What You Have Left

    Will Allison's new novel traces the story of a broken family who succumb to personal weaknesses that inhibit them from reuniting, despite their intentions.

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