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  • Sep 12-19, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 37

Hopscotch Music Festival




  • The Evil Tenors' <i>Peach Fuzz</i>
  • Record Review
  • The Evil Tenors' Peach Fuzz

    Peach Fuzz finds Durham's Nathan White breaking in a new sound and a new personality, adapting to unfamiliar surroundings and figuring out how to fit in. (Pox World Empire/ Potluck Foundation)


  • Empanadas and a party for Chilean Independence Day
  • Covert Kitchens
  • Empanadas and a party for Chilean Independence Day

    Alicia shapes a perfectly crimped circle. In the middle, she dollops a cooked ground beef mixture spiced with cumin and oregano. On one side of the meat she sprinkles a few raisins; on the other, a quarter slice of a hard-boiled egg and one black olive.


  • Raleigh's SPARKcon arts fest opens up
  • Arts Feature
  • Raleigh's SPARKcon arts fest opens up

    "I was on a fellowship this year, traveling through Southeast Asia, and people really wanted to learn about how we do SPARKcon. I think it's a way that the Triangle can really be a leader, not just nationally but internationally." — Aly Khalifa
  • The Wilmington-shot <i>Revolution</i> premieres
  • TV
  • The Wilmington-shot Revolution premieres

    If J.J. Abrams lives to direct a miniseries about Christ and the Devil in the Judean Desert for 40 days and nights, people are going to ask if it's "like Lost." In the case of Revolution, the answer is yes and no.


  • Front Porch
  • Forward pass

    Chasing a 3-year-old, an IV pole and a soccer ball down a cancer hallway was a challenge, but it certainly relieved stress.


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