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  • Aug 10-17, 2011
  • Vol. 28, No. 32


  • Durham County
  • Striped bass dying in record numbers at Jordan Lake

    The fish kill is due to what biologists call a "dissolved oxygen/ temperature squeeze," according to Brian McRae, Piedmont Region fishery supervisor with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Basically, our record summer temperatures are to blame.




  • The Delta Boys' <i>Wonder of the World</i> at Burning Coal
  • Theater
  • The Delta Boys' Wonder of the World at Burning Coal

    Cass suddenly flees her marriage upon learning that her husband has been hiding a sexual deviancy so outré and laughable that even our most progressive readers may briefly feel like crossing their legs upon hearing it.
  • New American landscapes at Flanders
  • Visual Art
  • New American landscapes at Flanders

    After Destiny: The Contemporary American Landscape brings us seven painters who solidly prove that artwork about landscape still has the capacity to contain Big Ideas and resonate meaningfully, even urgently, with contemporary life.



  • Front Porch
  • Transference

    When my expected future never materialized, I railed against everything. It was ugly.


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