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Franklin store gets graphic

With the obvious signs of the recession on Franklin Street, it’s easy for some legacies to go unrecognized in the face of bars and Tar Heel-centric retailers.

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Movie Review: Take Me Home Tonight

“Take Me Home Tonight” is a sketch of the ’80s for a generation that doesn’t have a clue. The movie offers those infatuated with the stereotypical decade accouterments one night to drift back and reclaim those lost high schools selves that they never had.

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Movie Review: Barney's Version

No one would ever choose to cast themselves in a self-depreciating way, as a biting, sarcastic and selfish asshole. Then again, we haven’t met Barney Panofsky (Paul Giamatti). “Barney’s Version” pulls the audience into the last place we expect to be: rooting for the egotistical prick.

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Movie Review: The Rite

“Based on a True Story:” five words that a horror flick inserts at the beginning to set the audience sinking further into their seats before anything happens.

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Movie Review: The Dilemma

Not since “Wedding Crashers” has there been such an epic bromance, as the testosterone-filled friendship between buddies Ronny (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Kevin James). Except no one will be quoting “The Dilemma” for the next five years — at least, we can all hope so. Best friends since college and the co-owners of a car business, they share a close friend circle that includes Nick’s wife and Ronny’s girlfriend

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Movie Review: Love and Other Drugs

Zoloft, Prozac, Viagra, and Anne Hathaway’s shaky Parkinson’s-ridden body knocking over one of her several prescription bottles — a more apt title would be “Drugs and this little thing called Love.” Director Edward Zwick seems to have no problem hitting us over the head repeatedly with his take on the U.S. drug powerhouses.

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Movie Review: Morning Glory

From the screenwriter of the “The Devil Wears Prada,” comes another story about a career that threatens to eat the lead alive and how she copes with the struggle. It’s charming — almost as charming as Rachel McAdams’ quirky portrayal of the socially awkward rambler Becky Fuller, whose only dream is to the be the next executive producer of “The Today Show.”

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Battle of the Taco Trucks

In this week’s Dive, we take a look at one of the finest dining traditions in the area — taco trucks. While these providers of meals on four wheels aren’t typically revered with the same respect as restaurants, we thought it was high time these paragons of cheap and tasty tortilla- wrapped fare received their due.

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