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  • Duke's Christian Laettner launches the celebrated shot that lifted the Blue Devils to an NCAA tournament quarterfinal victory over Kentucky on March 28, 1992.
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  • Jan 11-18, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 2



  • Some Army's <i>Some Army</i>
  • Record Review
  • Some Army's Some Army

    The three tracks on the debut release from Chapel Hill scene-vet sextet Some Army are more concerned with the romantic, slow-build-and-burn side of psychedelic rock than with loud entrances and quick exits. (Breakfast Mascot Records)
  • Monoslang's <i>Monoslang</i>
  • Record Review
  • Monoslang's Monoslang

    With the addition of vocalist Lesley Pond, Raleigh's Monoslang slides from pop-structured post-rock into trip-hop territory. (self-released)





  • Passing not the torch but the turntable
  • First Person
  • Passing not the torch but the turntable

    To me, something rather miraculous takes place when that same piece of plastic, still gleaming black from the way Dad took care of it, fills the air with the sound of Fats Waller, animating the room just as it did when Dad still had muttonchops and I still played in Little League.
  • Front Porch
  • The chance to play

    As soon as I saw friends-to-be with beers in hand, heard some sweet music and spotted discs flying through the air, I thought, "Oh yeah, this team is legit!"


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