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  • Jun 10-17, 2009
  • Vol. 26, No. 23


  • North Carolina
  • Gloves come off in budget fight

    Budget cuts alone? Or tax increases, too? House Democrats were still trying to answer that question Tuesday as a package of proposed tax hikes ran into trouble on multiple fronts, just three weeks before the start of the new fiscal year.




  • Don't miss the Bolshoi dancers in <i>Don Quixote</i>
  • Dance
  • Don't miss the Bolshoi dancers in Don Quixote

    If this production were danced on a bare stage in workout clothes, even by lesser dancers, it would be thrilling in its mix of bold charging action and rich detailed steps that are like embroidery over embroidery.


  • <i>The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3</i>
  • Film Review
  • The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3

    Tony Scott is like the Rafael Palmeiro of filmmaking. Both were mid-to-upper standouts in their respective fields until avarice and self-indulgence persuaded them to artificially—and detrimentally—enhance their innate abilities.
  • <i>The Brothers Bloom</i>
  • Film Review
  • The Brothers Bloom

    Rarely does a movie with so much superfluous junk in its first act have such a clear mark of when the skippable stuff is over and where the movie should have actually begun.


  • Living in the abortion wars
  • Front Porch
  • Living in the abortion wars

    She thought of herself as a regular doctor, a mom. It was sad to her that her job required a fighter. It was sad to her that no one would take her place.


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