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  • Jul 4-11, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 27


  • A tiny flame of disloyalty
  • News Feature
  • A tiny flame of disloyalty

    On this Independence Day I owe no person my unquestioning loyalty, I pay no obeisance, I reserve the right to judge all things for myself.
  • HK on J falls short
  • North Carolina
  • HK on J falls short

    "Not much has happened," says Irving Joyner, an N.C. Central University law professor who has observed the process. "The bills have basically been languishing."




  • On the Boards
  • New this week: At the Statue of Venus

    Long Leaf Opera's summer festival concluded last Sunday in UNC-Chapel Hill's Memorial Hall with a standing ovation for Elizabeth Grayson's performance in the Southern premiere of At the Statue of Venus.
  • The collective spirit to question
  • Fashion
  • The collective spirit to question

    We outfit our models with signs, physically taking a stance on such issues as corrosion of the environment, the chronic debting of private and public economies, and the general militarization and hostile territorialization of our world.



  • Editorial
  • We get calls

    Be moved, be outraged, be glad there's a free press. And let us know what you think.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Our government and business leaders show a bias in favor of industrial agriculture in assessing health threats. —Roland McReynolds


Ye Olde Archives

  • <i>My Grandma's Backyard</i>
  • Spotlight
  • My Grandma's Backyard

    Miles Rabun, 8, and William Rabun, 6, write about the enriching and exciting nature activities that their grandmother, an environmental specialist, made possible for them in her expansive backyard.

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