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Occupy is on the move
by RoseMarie Roth

Occupiers across the country and the globe work in tireless solidarity for a more equitable society on all fronts – social, economic, and political, and environmental. It honors the varied views unique to each member of the 99%.

Occupiers everywhere recognize and proclaim that people are more important than money, and, thus give voice and power to people who have been left behind, drowned out, or silenced.

Occupy assists the disenfranchised in our society, works to create a space where everyone come together to listen, speak, and act, and insists that... more

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Page 1 - The General Store Cafe shuts its doors * Occupy Chapel Hill/Carrboro Redux - Page 2 - Dispatches & Briefs - Page 3 - Fearrington Folk art Show to celebrate 10th anniversary - Page 4 - Carolina Brewery, Lilly den Farms partnership serves up healthy local fare * Forsake your electronic leash - Page 5 - Four steps to keeping new Year’s resolutions alive in February - Page 6 - Home vegetable gardens not about saving money * garden palette changes like the weather - Page 7 - Your pathway to happiness and unconditional love - Page 8 - Pittsboro’s tragic experience with circumstantial evidence * Briefs (cont. from page 2) - Page 9 - Occupy (cont. from page 1) * General Store (cont. from page 1) * Opinion - Page 10 - Chatham Opinion Line - Page 11 - Chatham Opinion Line - Page 12 - Tapando huecos * Plugging leaks

Celebrate Haw River Assembly's 30th Birthday

Come dance the night away with us as we celebrate 30 years of protecting the river and Jordan Lake at the Haw River Ballroom, Saturday, February 11. Doors open at 7 p.m., music starts at 7:30 and dance party to follow at 10.

Embark in the "festival for the ears" created by Hindugrass, a new voice for Indian fusion. Then put on your dancing shoes as we welcome Rootzie to the stage, a rockin' funky good sound! We'll have a great live auction, food and drinks available at the Ballroom, the Eddy Pub.

Second Annual Vision And Voice at The Joyful Jewel

The Joyful Jewel in Pittsboro is taking submissions for its second annual art-inspired reading, Vision and Voice, The Marriage of Pen and Palette: A Poetic Journey Through the Gallery. Writers of all ages and levels are invited to come to the gallery, pen in hand, ready to be inspired by a piece of art, jewelry, or craft for a poem, an impression, or a short bit of prose.

View creative works from our artists any time during our shop hours Monday through Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Sunday, 12 to 4 p.m. While you’re there, let us know which piece you are writing about so we can take a picture of it and invite the artist to speak about their work at the event.

The Visions and Voice event will take place on Sunday, March 18, 3 to 5 p.m. There will be a 10-minute limit for each writer to read aloud. Submissions are due no later than March 3, by email only. Please send your writing to Include your name, telephone number, email, the title of your writing, and the title of the artwork that inspired your writing. For more information, please contact The Joyful Jewel at 919.883.2775.

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