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  • Oct 17-24, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 42


  • State seeks custody of animals—again
  • North Carolina
  • State seeks custody of animals—again

    The N.C. Attorney General's office will seek a preliminary injunction against no-kill shelter All Creatures Great and Small, while the state seeks custody of the more than 700 animals housed there.


  • Election Results
  • A progressive shift in Raleigh

    Raleigh voters tossed out a pair of incumbents in the Oct. 9 elections and pushed the city council's center of political gravity strongly to the progressive side on development issues.


  • 9th Wonder has some damn nerve!
  • Live Review
  • 9th Wonder has some damn nerve!

    They all arrived in a cavalcade of three separate stretch limos, steppin' out onto a red carpet Hollywood-style, waiting to be photographed and interviewed.


  • Now Serving
  • Pumpkin desserts

    Elaine's on Franklin, Locopops and Maple View Farm Dairy Store; plus, City Beverage and Hammocks Coffee




  • Editorial
  • Bad religion

    Next week, the Wake County School Board will decide whether to cleanse the personnel record of former Enloe High School teacher Robert Escamilla.
  • Nothing to Bragg about
  • Living Green
  • Nothing to Bragg about

    Under a planned military expansion, thousands of additional troops could be stationed at Fort Bragg by 2013, significantly harming the environment.
  • Straighten out prejudice
  • Front Porch
  • Straighten out prejudice

    Straight folks were invited to "come out" at the state Capitol in favor of equal rights for our gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender neighbors.


Free Stuff & Promos

Ye Olde Archives

  • Sunday, October 21
  • 8 Days a Week
  • Sunday, October 21

    Regis Philbin and Susan Lucci at Progress Energy Center; "Walls or Bridges: Israel-Palestine" at Marbles Kids Museum; A Lesson from Aloes at Deep Dish Theater
  • <i>Gone Baby Gone</i>
  • Spotlight
  • Gone Baby Gone

    OK, it is probably a cheap shot to say that Gone Baby Gone is so good you cannot believe it was directed by Ben Affleck.

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