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Jamie Emmerman


Anarchist book fair allows spread of ideas, chance for discussion

After operating under the radar for decades, the local anarchist scene is stepping away from its subculture past toward a more mainstream existence. Local anarchists and their peers gathered in the diffuse glow of the Nightlight club Saturday for the area’s first anarchist book fair to strengthen local and statewide connections and also offer a starting place for anyone who wanted to learn about the ideals of anarchy.


Local chef to compete for cruise ship position

For Beth LittleJohn, cooking has been a passion since she was in middle school. A sous chef at Raleigh’s French restaurant Coquette Brasserie, this Orange County native’s passion has driven her through culinary school, several restaurants and now to her most recent endeavor: the Allure of the Seas Culinary Challenge.

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Festival meditates on South Indian culture

Orange County can expect an infusion of foreign colors, dancers, music and everything that is different from mainstream American culture at the Krishna Culture Festival Tour, coming Friday to the Carrboro Century Center. The Krishna Culture Festival holds biannual tours around North America and South America. On Friday, the performance team will make a stop in Carrboro for the first time as part of its summer tour. “(Audience members) will get a glimpse of an other worldly culture,” said Emanuel Kaseder, volunteer organizer of the Krishna Culture Festival Tours, who goes by his spiritual name Manu. “While by traditional standards it is a religious event, to us it’s much more.

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