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  • Jul 11-18, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 28

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  • Jim Early
  • Q&A
  • Jim Early

    On North Carolina's historic barbecue trail




  • New this week: <i>Romance/Romance</i>
  • On the Boards
  • New this week: Romance/Romance

    Two separate tales of male and female flirtations and relations—one set in the past and one in the present—illuminate the darker and decidedly more cynical side of love.




  • Editorial
  • Slim political pickings

    No offense to Meeker, McAlister, Foy, Bell or their council mates either, but it's not like we have too many people vying for a leadership role on the critical issues of growth and sustainable development. Truth is, we have too few.
  • Beach coma
  • Front Porch
  • Beach coma

    The simple black and white state road sign next to the highway heading east signaled the correct path to the Brunswick County beaches.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Why are hunchbacks so frequently encountered in fairy tales and fiction but never seen in our world? Because we pasteurize our milk. —T.S. Redding


Ye Olde Archives

  • Hi Mom! Film Festival
  • Spotlight
  • Hi Mom! Film Festival

    These animated shorts show that in this age of wisecracking CGI-animals at the multiplex, there's still room for wit and innovation in different styles of animation.

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