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  • May 11-18, 2011
  • Vol. 28, No. 19



  • The guide to the week's concerts
  • Our guide to this week's shows
  • The guide to the week's concerts

    It’s A Wonderful World Music Group, Ted Leo, Voice Of The Wetlands All-Stars, Carrie Martin Benefit With Caltrop & Make, Lost In The Trees, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Libyans, Shards, Logic Problem, Makoto Kawabata, Mugu Guymen, Here We Go Magic, more



  • Theater
  • Raleigh Ensemble Players' Distracted

    Amid the snappy patter and coping jokes, a child and a family are threatened by an enemy as familiar to most of us as our daily calendar. Perhaps that provoked the standing ovation the cast received on their opening night.
  • Deep Dish Theater's <i>Othello</i>
  • Theater
  • Deep Dish Theater's Othello

    Opening night was a troubled affair, in which clearly superior characterizations and dramatic scene work were yoked to more questionable kin.



  • How healthy is soy?
  • EarthTalk
  • How healthy is soy?

    I heard that, despite its healthy image, most soy is grown using chemicals like other crops and is even being genetically modified.
  • Front Porch
  • Staring at chickens

    The simple pact you make with chickens is that, if you give them fresh water, some scratch corn and a few greens every day, they'll give you eggs.


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