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  • Dec 22-29, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 51


  • Q&A
  • WikiLeaks and the right to know

    We spoke with UNC Associate Professor of Journalism Lois Boynton, a fellow at the University's Parr Center for Ethics, about WikiLeaks
  • National
  • The war on WikiLeaks

    This was originally published by Facing South, the online magazine of the Institute for Southern Studies




  • The year in Triangle theater
  • The Year in Arts
  • The year in Triangle theater

    Presenting a theatrical GPS device that will direct you to a number of rooms where we have been amazed this year, and tell you who amazed us. And if oriented properly, it points not only to past wonders but to those places and people most likely to produce future ones as well.


  • Walking the walk in stellar <i>True Grit</i>
  • Film Review
  • Walking the walk in stellar True Grit

    Between an opening scene that features an arrival by railway and an epilogue in which icons of the era are relegated to fodder for a traveling road show is a story line about duty and honor driven not by men on horseback but a headstrong 14-year-old girl.
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  • White Rabbit Books—a personal reminiscence
  • First Person
  • White Rabbit Books—a personal reminiscence

    We originally designed the store so that it got gayer the farther back you went. Sometimes folks would wander in, get right to the middle of the store and then stop, levitate slightly, spin around and head—polite but panicked—for the door.


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