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  • R-Line user's guide
  • Dish
  • R-Line user's guide

    The R-Line makes 15 downtown stops during the workday and 19 after 6:30 p.m.




  • A somber <i>Washing Machine</i> in Durham
  • Theater
  • A somber Washing Machine in Durham

    The structure of Jason Stuart's eerie little multispeed jigsaw of a play about the accidental death of a 5-year-old girl in a laundromat parallels what her would-be rescuers tried to do to save her life.
  • Shen Wei Dance Arts
  • Dance
  • Shen Wei Dance Arts

    By spring of this year, critics watching the career of Shen Wei had reason enough to be concerned.



  • Digital or film: Which is greener?
  • Living Green
  • Digital or film: Which is greener?

    With increased environmental awareness, there is a debate on whether digital or print photography is more eco-friendly. Digital and print images each have environmental pros and cons, and it's difficult to determine which method is greener. We'll let your conscience decide.
  • The polyploidy life
  • Front Porch
  • The polyploidy life

    The bright signs appeared the third week in April, proclaiming "strawberries" in shiny red letters, a matching big arrow pointing up the road, our road.



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