MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2005
■ A Wisconsin resident was
arrested Saturday on three misde
meanor charges of underage pos
session of a malt beverage, solicit
ing without a permit and posses
sion of an open container, Chapel
Hill Police reports state.
According to reports, Kevin Lee
Parish, 18, of Oshkosh, Wis. was
arrested at about 6:15 p.m. Saturday
at Valley Park Drive in Chapel Hill.
Police were responding to a sus
picious person call when they found
Parish with an open container of
beer in his pocket, from which he
had been drinking, reports state.
Reports state that Parish, a Hy-
Pro Chemical Corporation employ
ee, had no identification and was
trying to sell a cleaning product
without a permit.
Paris was confined at the Orange
County Jail on a $l6O secured
bond, according to reports.
He is to appear in district criminal
court in Hillsborough on Nov. 28.
■ A Wilmington resident was
arrested early Friday morning for
impaired driving, police reports
Philip Todd Park, an employee
of Magic Painting, was pulled
over at a traffic stop on Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard,
According to reports, Park,
refused the Intoxilyzer and was
taken to Orange County Jail.
Park is to appear in administra-
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tive traffic court in Chapel Hill on
■ Three Chapel Hill residents
were arrested early Friday morn
ing on drug charges after police
executed a search warrant at 207
Pittsboro St., police reports state.
According to reports, UNC stu
dent and resident of the home,
Kaitlyn Adain Goodnight, 21, was
arrested on one misdemeanor
count of having drug parapherna
UNC student, Harold Keith
Hodson, 19, 0f502 Edwards Drive
was arrested for misdemeanor pos
session of less than half of an ounce
of marijuana and drug parapher
Laura Elizabeth Lindsey, 20,
a resident of the house, also was
arrested for misdemeanor drug pos
session and having drug parapher
nalia. According to reports, she was
found with 7-2 grams of marijuana.
All three were cited for the
charges and released. They are to
appear in district criminal court in
Chapel Hill on Oct. 25.
■ A Chapel Hill woman report
ed larceny early Saturday morning,
according to police reports.
Reports state that the woman’s
purse was taken from Players, 159
1/2 E. Franklin St.
Several items were in the purse
including a camera valued at SSOO
and a cell phone valued at $350.
DJ chills audience through multimedia show
BY JIM WALSH
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR
The University community was
treated to an eclectic mix of art and
politics Friday as the first install
ment of the Urban Voices series in
the Carolina Performing Arts Series
came to Memorial Hall.
Paul Miller, known on stage as
DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid,
performed his live remix of D.W.
Griffith’s “The Birth of a Nation” to
an enthusiastic crowd composed of
young and old.
Residents from the town mingled
alongside students before the show
and afterward participated in a
question-and-answer session mod
erated by Miller. Often interrupted
by the applause of his like-minded
audience, Miller discussed the social
implications of his film.
His “Rebirth of a Nation” featured
themes of mob mentality and rac
ist thought, as well as a nod to the
bumps inherent in the winding road
Miller stood on the Memorial
Hall stage surrounded by heavy tech
nical equipment familiar to the DJ
trade and bounced with the music
■ Phil Robertson Jr. will deliver
a Carolina Asia Center seminar
on “Exploitation and Competitive
Development: Hyena Capitalism
and the Informalization of Labor”
from 10:30 a.m. to noon today
in the Toy Lounge of Dey Hall.
Robertson is the former Program
Manager of the U.N. Inter-Agency
Project on Human TVafficking
in Greater Mekong Sub-region,
based in Bangkok, Thailand.
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he mixed over disparate historical
An ambient glow oozed from his
equipment as three enormous pro
jection screens behind him hummed
with the transient portraits.
The mood was warm, following
Miller’s suggestion before the film
began that the audience members
imagine themselves in his living
room as he performed a private
There was nothing passive here.
This was a performance. Audience
members were engaged in reading
the subtitles that bounced between
the three screens, and their eyes were
obligated to dart from one to another
to see the whole picture.
Miller mixed the sounds and
images right in front of the audi
ence, so what happened that night
was unique. The hours-long “Birth
of a Nation” was pared down to a 90-
■ The Orange County Business
Expo will be held from 1 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m. today at the Shera
ton Chapel Hill Hotel on Europa
Drive. The Orange County Eco
nomic Development Commission,
the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Cham
ber of Commerce and the Hills
borough/Orange County Chamber
of Commerce are hosting the event
to showcase local businesses.
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Paul Miller performs "Rebirth of a Nation" at Memorial Hall on Friday
night, mixing scenes from D.W. Griffith's "The Birth of a Nation."
minute collage, presenting every
thing in media res.
The effect was to lend legitima
cy to the action of the film as one
does while looking at a snapshot
The context of time was lost as
historic sepia footage was overlaid
with savvy graphics of computer
■ The Office of International
Student and Scholar Services will
hold a Conversation Partners Pro
gram Information session from
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. today in Union
2518A. Volunteers speak in Eng
lish with international students
for about one hour a week.
■ A campus meeting about Hur
ricane Katrina relief will be held
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today in the
Great Hall of the Student Union.
Students, faculty and staff can go to
learn about current conditions and
needs, the University’s response to
the disaster and how to participate
in long-term relief activities.
■ The Chapel Hill Town Council
will meet at 7 p.m. today at Town
Hall. Council members will be
discussing the update of the UNC
Master Plan, among other items.
■ The Orange County Board of
Commissioners will meet with
the Orange County and Chapel
Hill-Carrboro boards of educa
tion will meet at 7:30 p.m. today
at the Southern Human Services
Center. Officials are slated to dis
cuss school construction matters,
among other items.
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chips and blueprints.
All became one, and Miller’s
purported mission to untie the
chains of past and present in order
to illuminate the future became
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■ UNC Young Democrats will
host its new adviser Timothy
McKeown, professor political sci
ence, at 8 p.m. today in Gardner
08. He will discuss the war in Iraq
and the U.N.'s Millenium Devel
■ The National Organization for
College Placement, a nonprofit
organization, will hold an inter
est meeting at 8:30 p.m. today in
Union 3515. The group is dedicat
ed to helping underprivileged high
school students with the college
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