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  • Jul 2-9, 2008
  • Vol. 25, No. 27


  • Wake County
  • N&O lays off publishers at community papers

    Brenda Larson, publisher of The Chapel Hill News and The Cary News, and Eddie Thorndyke, publisher of the Smithfield Herald and Eastern Wake News, were laid off effective June 27 and their positions eliminated.
  • Raw milk may lose its gray dye
  • North Carolina
  • Raw milk may lose its gray dye

    In a rare move, the N.C. Department of Agriculture is supporting legislation to overturn the agency's own regulation requiring all unpasteurized milk sold in the state to be dyed gray.
  • $10 million in spin
  • North Carolina
  • $10 million in spin

    Leaders of the N.C. Association of Realtors, those expert parsers of words and shaders of meaning, have announced their latest benevolent campaign.




  • Now Serving
  • Eno fest eats

    Plus: Noodles & Company in Durham; Rosie's Plate, a fresh food service for people with food restrictions; four-course tomato dinner at Old Granary Restaurant in Fearrington



  • Bullshitty
  • Film Review
  • Bullshitty

    Why Bull Durham is a disservice to baseball, to the movies and to Durham


  • It's our game
  • Front Porch
  • It's our game

    I had the Crash Davis "I believe . . ." poster plastered on my dorm-room wall, where Kevin Costner could gaze out over my bed wearing that sexy bomber jacket and even sexier half-smile.


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