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  • Sep 7-14, 2011
  • Vol. 28, No. 36

Hopscotch Music Festival

  • Itinerary: Eric Tullis
  • Hopscotch Guide
  • Itinerary: Eric Tullis

    There's been a load of criticism directed at what some believe to be a lack of hip-hop at this year's Hopscotch. If this is your qualm, I recommend you rethink your approach to this year's festival and retool your partying sensibilities to a three-day lineup with enough pop and dance music to get even the biggest backpacker excited.
  • Itinerary: Matt LeMay
  • Hopscotch Guide
  • Itinerary: Matt LeMay

    Even as an admitted music festival skeptic, I am supremely stoked for both the lineup and the setup at this year's Hopscotch Music Festival. A ridiculously far-flung stable of artists performing at multiple venues in close proximity, with plenty of places to escape for a bite or a drink? Yes, please.
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  • 9/11 blind
  • News Feature
  • 9/11 blind

    We're 10 years past the attack and still fighting wars in its name. When will we open our eyes?
  • Pope-backed group offers to help pay for UNC course
  • Orange County
  • Pope-backed group offers to help pay for UNC course

    Art Pope pumped millions into the campaigns of Republican lawmakers who led the charge to slash the state budget, including money for the UNC system. But now that courses are being eliminated as a result, the Pope Center has offered to help pay for a class section that would otherwise be cut at UNC-CH.






  • Hate and marriage
  • Eva Hayward
  • Hate and marriage

    I invite those folks supporting this legislation to ask themselves: What is your shame? What have you done that you should hate so?
  • Front Porch
  • Barefootin'

    When summer rolls around, something visceral in me kicks in: the expectation that my tender feet would benefit from some toughening up.


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