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Lauren Fischetti



Players take on race

Stereotypes and ethnic jokes are no laughing matter, right? Wrong-according to the play Polish Joke. This weekend, Duke Players Lab will perform the play written by comedic playwright David Ives,...


DukePlays reminisces in library

This Friday, Old Duke means more than free kegs on the quad. It means more than long lines of students, aggressively brandishing their IDs. And it means more than sitting out on the grass, downing...


The Great Game comes to Duke

For Theater Previews at Duke, it's not just art for art's sake. Debuting Friday, The Great Game will bring a first-class cast, design team and a Tony-nominated director to Duke. Theater Previews...


TV review: 24

After five seasons, viewers are finally getting a glimpse at another, more human, side of Jack Bauer. Both physically and mentally scarred after 18 months in a Chinese prison, Bauer returns to the...


Durham honors future Picassos

What do human wombs, Soviet-era punk-folk music and the American Tobacco Trail have in common? These varied subjects are just a few of the many to be tackled by the 12 artists who received grants...


Local book store stands strong

When the Regulator Bookshop opened its doors 30 years ago, Durham was still a sleepy southern town, said owners Tom Campbell, Trinity '70 and John Valentine, Trinity '71, a former Chronicle editor...

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