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 Dec 8 - 14, 2011 
Strangers Waiting for a Train

Performance Review

Strangers Waiting for a Train

Blackout Theatre’s fresh take on a holiday classic

By Christie Chisholm
Blackout’s Theatre’s take on A Christmas Carol is marvelous—whimsical yet dramatic with fine acting, haunting live music and some wonderfully creative puppetry. The kids will love it, but more importantly, you will probably love it, too.

Book Review

Gray’s Anthology

Posthumous journal collection is patchy but endearing

Review by John Bear
The Journals of Spalding Gray offers a glimpse into the mind of a man who rose to fame in theater and then—it would appear—threw himself off the Staten Island Ferry after seeing a sad movie (Big Fish). The writing here is not polished, but it has its own charm.

Culture Shock

By Sam Adams

Words Take Flight

If Dino S. Hall is passionate about two things, it's poetry and planes. A 30-year vet in the aviation industry—serving both as a pilot and a head air traffic controller—Hall started a poetry slam series in October, A Night of Spoken Word. In addition to bringing nationally renowned poets to the Duke City, the series is designed to raise funds to send youths to an airplane camp at Kirtland and the Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala. "The thought came to me, Why not let poets help me get the word out?" Hall says. A longtime poetry fan, he says he’s flying the wordsmiths in on his own dime from around the country.

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EVENT HORIZON (Tuesday, Jul 26)

You had me at Shalom

Third Annual Jewish Film Festival

By Devin O'Leary
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
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EVENT HORIZON (Thursday, Jul 28)

Y'all City Slickers Listen Up

Edgewood Music and Arts Fest

By Megan Reneau
Sunset Chuckwagon barbecue, Western swing music, raptor show and wildlife zoo.
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