FEB. 22-27, 2012
There’s a rhythm to the PART stop on Liberty Street in Winston- Salem that goes beyond the buses coming and going at regular intervals.
24 local & live
28 musicians’ exchange
35 art & dance
08 Duke Energy says the pruning is necessary so limbs don’t fall on or touch power lines, yet many residents in the historic Fisher Park neighborhood north of downtown object to what they call extreme and UNNECESSARY CUTS.
17 District 5 Councilwoman TRUDY WADE was the lone dissenting vote in the final tally — unsurprising, considering her political allegiances, though hypocritical in light of her stated views on personal rights and against government intervention in other matters.
17 It doesn’t matter if the MAIL is electronic or an oversized box sitting on my front step — it’s always a surprise.
arts, entertainment & dining
22 The roots of the Granite Falls native were just an hour and a half away so attendance no doubt got the home-field bump, but Church has earned this arrival to the BIG STAGE.
29 Under the direction of Daniel Espinosa, tackling his first bigbudget assignment, SAFE HOUSE tends to play it too safe by playing to formula and convention.
33 Zullo finds the greatest satisfaction in DESIGNING the interior — rather than the cover — of a comic.
38 He learned most of what he knows about the cuisine at his mama’s knee in WESTERN MISSISSIPPI, where he grew up. The rest he picked up from Chef Duke LoCicero, who may run new-world Italian restaurant Giovanni’s near the foot of Canal Street but is still a born-and-bred New Orleans boy.
crashing the gate
47 Did it start when the hot-water heater went out? Maybe so. One day the thing just up and quit, after LEAKING RUSTY SEEPAGE from its closeted recess in the corner of the kitchen.