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Unknown Soldiers

uke alumnus' Randall Wallace's latest war saga, We Were Soldiers, is the first 25 minutes of Saving Private Ryan repeated over and over and over again.


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Monster Masterpiece

Ultimately about self-realization and overcoming loss, Monster's Ball is an intricate and hauntingly realistic motion picture which develops a simple story of love into a quiet epic that transcends...


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Margaret's Mexican

Margaret's Cantina, nestled in Chapel Hill's Timberlyne Shopping Center, is a refreshing change of pace from Duke's staple of Cosmic Cantina burritos.


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Five Deez Rev Koolmotor

ack in 2000, Five Deez dropped an album by the name of Secret Agent Number 005 and introduced themselves to the hip hop community in convincing fashion before disappearing in darkness for over a year.


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Everything But the Girl

ou may remember the Sneaker Pimps from about four years ago when their "hit," "6 Underground," appeared on The Saint soundtrack, boasting a weak, squeaky female lead over slow synths and a...


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Perks of Playwriting

ary Adkins speaks with an air of confidence and voices her opinion in a way that makes people want to listen--and take action.


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DSG Does Madison Ave.

Today is election day for DSG hopefuls, and after a month-long parade o' politicized whoring, the inevitable barrage of ballot snafus will be welcome closure to Duke's annual production of D.C.


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Under Cold Blue Stars

In the last four years, Josh Rouse has quietly but assuredly established himself as one of the finest talents to come out of the late O90s singer-songwriter wave.


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Discovering Lunar New Year

If you think ringing in the new year means downing a bottle of Tosti with a dozen drunken strangers, think again. January 1 isn't the only day for clean slates, resolutions, and new beginnings.


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Prisoners of Hart's War

War is filled with inherent contradictions, and these hypocrisies are addressed--often quite effectively--in Gregory Hoblit's new film, Hart's War.


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John Q-uality

eing in the bourgeoisie, it is comfortable for me to dismiss this film, comfortable to dismiss the working-class issues that John Q boldly addresses.