North Carolina Newspapers

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2005
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
■ The Student Attorney
General’s staff now is accepting
applications for staff counsels.
The counsels prepare and argue
cases before the Honor Court.
Applications can be found at
honor.unc.edu, and are due by 5
p.m. today in Union 3505.
■ Focus, Graduate & Professional
Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship will
hold its semimonthly dinner meeting
at 6:30 p.m. today in Brooks’ House.
Dr. Greg Jones of Duke University
will speak on “Forgiveness and
Loving your Enemies.”
■ DJ Spooky That Subliminal
Kid will perform his live remix of the
1915 racist film “Birth of a Nation” at
8 p.m. today at Memorial Hall. The
performance is called “Rebirth of a
Nation” and will feature a collage of
sounds and images. Call 843-3333
for ticket information.
■ Yep Roc Records is hosting a
benefit for Hurricane Katrina at 9
p.m. today at Local 506. Proceeds
from the event, for which there is
an $8 cover charge, will go to the
Red Cross.
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Among the most distinctive
bands of the 1980s, Los Lobos
combine traditional Mexican
music, Tex-Mex, rock, blues,
folk, R&B. and country with a
gritty style that has enraptured
fans for thirty years.
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Jewish Women in
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An exploration of the roles of real
and imagined Jewish women in
antiquity, focusing on two tales.
■ Professor of Religious Studies,
Brown University
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ARTS & SCIENCES
This lecture is made possible by a grant from
the Charles H. Revson Foundation in honor
of Eli N. Evans, 58. Co-sponsored by the
Department of Religious Studies.
■ The Chapel Hill Zen Group will
host a calligraphy demonstration at
7:30 p.m. today at the center, 5322
N.C. Highway 86. Kaz Tanahashi
calligrapher, artist, peace activ
ist and Buddhist translator will
lead the event. Suggested donation
is sls. All proceeds will benefit the
Zen Center Property Fund. For
more information, call 967-0861.
■ Montrose Gardens, 320 St.
Mary’s Road, Hillsborough, will
be free to visitors from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday. The Orange County
Historical Museum will sell picnic
lunches to raise funds. Please park
next door at Cameron Park School.
■ Traditional music legend
Alice Gerrard, a pioneer of the
women's bluegrass sound, will
perform today at 7:30 p.m. at
Playmakers Theater. Tickets are
sls for the public and $lO for
University students and faculty.
■ Famed Triangle artists and
bands from as far as San Diego are
scheduled to play a benefit concert
at 6 p.m. Saturday at Cat’s Cradle
for victims of Hurricane Katrina. A
donation of sl2 is suggested.
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■ The Campus Y is hosting
Nourish International’s Swing
Against Hunger! Dance on Saturday
in the Great Hall of the Student
Union. A swing lesson will be held at
7:30 p.m. and the dancing will kick
into gear at 8 p.m. Refreshments
will be served. Tickets are $8 for stu
dents, $lO for nonstudents. Call 585-
314-9327 for more information.
■ “Off-Center Play Slam” kicks off
at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Arts Center
in Carrboro. The audience calls the
shots as fast, two-minute pieces
vie for the final prize in an evening
of swift-theater performances.
Admission is $5. Visit www.artscen
terlive.org for more information.
■ Three-time Grammy winner
Los Lobos will bring its Cancionero
2005 tour to Chapel Hill at 8 p.m.
Sunday at Memorial Hall as part
of the Carolina Performing Arts
Series. Call 843-3333 for ticket
information.
To make a calendar submission,
visit www.dailytarheel.com for a list
of submission policies and contacts.
Events must be sent in by noon the
preceding publication date.
News
■ A Chapel Hill woman was
cited at 9:28 p.m. Wednesday for
driving while impaired and reck
less driving, according to reports
from the Chapel Hill Police
Department.
Cheryl Ann Wilson, 46, of
109-B Weatherstone Drive, was
involved in a motor vehicle acci
dent on Martin Luther King Jr.
Boulevard, according to police
reports.
Wilson was driving a 1997 Ford
Taurus, reports state.
Her blood alcohol level was .21,
according to reports.
She was released on a written
promise to appear in district crimi
nal court in Hillsborough, accord
ing to reports.
■ An El Tri Concrete employ
ee was arrested at 11:17 p.m.
Wednesday on charges of second
degree trespassing, Chapel Hill
police reports state.
Lauro Andre Bajonero-Tinoco,
34, was arrested at 828 Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd., according to
police reports.
He was transported to Orange
County Jail in Hillsborough on
a secured $3,500 bond, reports
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Attention
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Let us help you launch your
new commercial or social venture
Launch the Venture is accepting applications
through Oct. 7 for UNC faculty, staff and students
who want help preparing to launch anew business or
nonprofit.
Launch the Venture is a course plus workshops, coaching and
networks designed for serious entrepreneurs who are ready to launch
anew venture.
The year-long program helps participants:
• Evaluate the feasibility and marketability of an idea.
• Plan and launch new ventures that have the potential to succeed.
Application Deadline: Oct. 7
Visit www.unc.edu/cei/launch to learn more and apply.
Launch the Venture is a program of the Carolina Entrepreneurial Initiative,
co-directed by Kenan-Flagler Business School and
UNC's Office of Technology Development.
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POLICE LOG
state.
Bajonero-Tinoco was scheduled
to appear in district criminal court
Thursday.
■ A UNC Hospitals employee
was arrested Tuesday on three
misdemeanor charges of writing
worthless checks, according to
police reports.
Nancy Lynn Boudreau, 50,
of 1250 Ephesus Church Road,
turned herself in to police for
writing three worthless checks,
reports state.
Boudreau, a staff coordinator
for UNC Hospitals, was released
on a promise to appear in superior
court in Greensboro, according to
reports.
■ An act of vandalism was
reported at a Chapel Hill store
Tuesday, according to police
reports.
An employee of Dry Clean
Warehouse, 2801 Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd., reported at 3:47
a.m. that a small metal trash can
was thrown through a double
paned glass window, reports
state.
The shattered window is val-
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ued at SSOO, according to police
reports.
■ Gumby’s Pizza, located
at 306 West Franklin St., was
the victim of trespassing late
Wednesday, Chapel Hill police
reports state.
■ A 26-year-old Chapel Hill
woman reported a bicycle missing
from her home Tuesday morning,
according to Chapel Hill police
reports.
The victim reported the incident
at 6:30 a.m. from her home at 214
Conner Drive-3, reports state.
The bicycle was valued at S2OO,
according to reports.
The bicycle was last known
secure at 6 p.m. Monday, reports
state.
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P.O. Box 3257, Chapel Hill, NC 27515
Ryan C.Tuck, Editor, 962-4086
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