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Race in NC Film Forum venue has moved

A brief Q and A with filmmaker Macky Alston
by Debbie Meyer


How did you become a filmmaker?

2nd Annual Black Tie
& Tails Ball


In the worst of times, one brief shining moment
by Del Turner

Whiskey – the newest health drink
by Rebecca Clay Haynes

A short while ago, I took up drinking dark spirits. More...

Nicole Gerber
by Loyd Little

Nicole Gerber, a 2004 graduate... More...

In favor of liquor
by the drink.

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Page 1 - Oddenino’s healing touch * Cathy Holt’s transformative yoga * The stage is set for health care reform - Page 2 - Briefs and Announcements - Page 3 - ChathamArts Gallery is alive with stories - Page 4 - New treatment for high blood pressure? - Page 5 - Envy a green-eyed stress monster - Page 6 - Slave’s talent won praise, but no freedom - Page 7 - Sounds of silence - Page 8 - gracepoint grows in Pittsboro - Page 9 - Working Together, Succeeding Together * Briefs (cont. from page 2) - Page 10 - Garden hints at approaching spring * SLAVE POET (cont. from page 6) - Page 11 - Chatham Opinion Line * ODDENINO (cont. from page 1) * REFORM (cont. from page 1) - Page 12 - Chatham Comunidad - Trabajando Juntos, Prosperando Juntos
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Enjoy some down home music

If you enjoy good, down home music: Country, Blue Grass or Gospel, come out to CHARLIE'S BARN in Pittsboro every Friday night 7 to 9 p.m. Amateurs are welcome to join us on the stage. No Admission Charge - Donations Appreciated. Directions: From Pittsboro take 64W approximately 8 miles. Turn right on Buckner-Clark Road, then left on Hillside Music Road to dead end at Charlie's Barn. For additional information or questions, please call 542.3124 or email BruceMeacham@Embarqmail.com.

Roots musicians to perform for Woods Charter School Benefit

Three popular Roots Music groups will perform in a Cat's Cradle benefit for The Woods Charter School Foundation on Saturday, March 14. Eli "Paperboy" Reed and Great Big Gone will be joined by Lynn Blakey and Ecki Heins. The event begins at 8 p.m.

Massachusetts’ Eli “Paperboy” Reed and his band have gained international attention for their famously fiery live shows. The N.Y.Times said "Mr. Reed invokes the stylish and muscular R&B of Otis Redding and Sam Cooke" while The Times of London described his show as “a call to party like its 1969." Time Out N.Y. advised its readers, "If you do only do one thing this week, [go see] Eli 'Paperboy' Reed". Great Big Gone hails from the NC Piedmont and brews up a twangy blend of electrified porch picking, finger licking, roots rocking, western swinging, honky-tonking Americana all garnished with a pinch of Cajun. Lynn Blakey, a voice and songwriter you know from local Americana folk divas, Tres Chicas, performs solo with her fiddle playing husband Ecki Heins who adds colors and mirroring emotions to her rich and textured songwriting. Rootsy and down to earth; expect beautiful melodies and harmonies.

The Woods Charter School in Northern Chatham County is a grade K through 12 public school, founded by parents. It is tuition free, open to all students and fosters a vibrant love of learning and academic excellence. The school ranks in the top ten for state SAT scores and moved into a new building at the beginning of the school year. Funds raised will be designated for playground equipment. For further information see the school's website at www.woodscharter.org. Tickets are $10 and are available at www.catscradle.com. For more information call 919.260.0661 or email musical_roots@bellsouth.net.



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