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UNC to host Iron & Wine
Folk-rock act will perform in April
BY ALEXANDRIA SHEALY
The Carolina Union Activities
Board announced TUesday it will
partner with Carrboro music
venue Cat’s Cradle to bring folk
rock act Iron & Wine to the
Memorial Hall stage April 15.
Ticket prices and on-sale dates
were not immediately made avail
Iron & Wine is the fourth concert
the two organizations have brought
to UNC in recent years, following
rock acts Wilco and Sufjan Stevens
in 2006 and Ben Folds in 2007. All
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three previous acts sold out.
“We're definitely expecting this
to be one of our biggest shows
this year,’ said Tom Allin, CUAB’s
Robert Gurdian, Carolina Union
president, said the cost to bring Iron
& Wme was “not much more" than
the price of singer Jose Gonzalez,
who will headline the Student
Union Great Hall on March 3.
Iron & Wine, the recording and
stage name of Sam Beam, released
its third studio-length album in
September 2007 and has been
featured in TV commercials and
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CODE FORUM Attendees and Student
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DEBATE A presidential debate becomes
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expecting this to he
one of our biggest
shows of this year\
TOM ALLIN, CAROLINA UNION
ACTIVITIES BOARD MUSIC CHAIRMAN
the soundtrack to the 2004 film
“Iron & Wme haven't shied away
from trying to experiment with a
new sound,’ Allin said. “They have
a great worldly sound, especially in
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Sam Beam will perform as the folk-rock act Iron & Wine in Memorial Hall
April 15 in a Carolina Union Activities Board and Cat's Cradle partnership.
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WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
Contestants will be in the Pit at
noon today to try to win tickets to
tonight’s Duke-UNC game. In past
years, students have eaten
condiment concoctions (left).
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2008
4 other inmates
back in custody
BY MAX ROSE
ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR
Four of the five inmates who
escaped from the Chatham Counts
Jail late Monday night are back in
As of 11 p.m. Tuesday, offi
cers and bloodhounds still were
searching for 30-year-old Stewart
on foot w’hen
from the jail at
295 West St.
said Maj. Gary
chief of staff of
"Who knows bv now?" he said.
Baldwin, of 130 Mann’s Chapel
Road in Pittsboro, was in jail for
felony drug charges and posses
sion of weapons.
To escape, the five inmates
jumped two unarmed detention offi
cers during the nightly lockdown at
about 11:30 p.m. Monday. The offi
cers were the only ones downstairs
in the detention center.
The inmates hid behind a comer
and locked up the officers in their
own handcuffs. Blankenship said.
“(The officers) were just hand
cuffed and put in a different area
of the detention center," he said.
He said the inmates then went
into the property area and changed
into civilian clothes.
They scaled the perimeter fence
and wire. Blankenship said. The
jail does not have watch towers.
“We learned of it when one of
the officers had a prisoner and
took him downstairs, and nobody
answered the door,’ he said.
The detention officers did not
suffer serious injury but were vis
ibly shaken, he said.
On learning of the escape.
Chatham County officers set up
a perimeter with about a dozen
checkpoints and about 65 officers.
Chatham County sheriffs appre
hended Kyle Evan Kettrey, Brian
Keith Blackwell and Adrian Carlos
Reyes at a checkpoint on U.S. 15-
501 on the way to Chapel Hill early
A woman was driving the three
inmates into Chapel Hill when
they were arrested without resis
tance at the checkpoint around
3:30 a.m. Police still are investi
gating the woman s connection to
SEE ESCAPE, PAGE 7
this day in history
FEB. 6,1967 ...
An unknown man is seen prowling
through two rooms of Whitehead
Dormitory. Police say the man may
have been hiding until everyone
was asleep to walk around.
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