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  • Photo by Jeremy M. Lange
  • The U.S. Olympic Table Tennis Trials were held Feb. 10–12 at Bond Park in Cary. Jun Gao, who finished 11–0 for the weekend, prepares to receive a serve from Lily Zhang in the first match of the day.
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  • Feb 15-22, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 7



  • Jphono1's <i>Living Is Easy</i>
  • Record Review
  • Jphono1's Living Is Easy

    Living Is Easy is a new double collaboration between Jphono1—the solo project of John Harrison, veteran frontman of stormy psychedelic act North Elementary—and area graphic artist Regina McCoy and Atlanta musician Corey Pallon. (Potluck)
  • The ExMonkeys' <i>Use Your Tools</i>
  • Record Review
  • The ExMonkeys' Use Your Tools

    The body rock is strong on Use Your Tools. Yes, this is bass worth thumping; The ExMonkeys' percussive physicality translates nicely to headphones and car stereos. (self-released)





  • Front Porch
  • To buy the world a Coke

    I finally saw my 10-year-old daughter's jaw drop when our tour guide described the two-sided Coke machine at the International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro.



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