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Wiseman's Law & Order
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DURHAM
FREDERICK WISEMAN RETROSPECTIVE
DUKE CAMPUSAs a culminating event in the Provost Lecture Series Privacy At Risk? Duke University hosts a lecture by Frederick Wiseman tonight at 5 p.m. Wiseman uses sequences from some of his documentaries to discuss legal and ethical issues in documentary film. Tonight's lecture will be in the Love Auditorium in the Levine Science Research Center on Duke's (West) campus. This event is free. For more info visit calendar.duke.edu or call 668-2596. —Iesha Brown

CHAPEL HILL
FERNANDO HENRIQUE CARDOSO
UNC-CH CAMPUS—What's your take on the leftist governments in South America that don't seem to be so excited about globalization? We'll bet that Fernando Henrique Cardoso has an opinion or two. This sociologist and past president of Brazil will be at UNC tonight to present "Globalization and Development: The Brazilian Experience." The free 7 p.m. talk will be in the theater of the Sonja Haynes Stone Center, 105 South Rd., with a reception to follow. For more info, visit artsandsci.unc.edu or call 843-6339.Megan Stein

RALEIGH
ALFRED BRENDEL
MEYMANDI HALL—The New Yorker calls Alfred Brendel the "world's greatest living classical pianist." His 8 p.m. program with the N.C. Symphony includes Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Schubert. Visit www.ncsymphony.org or call 733-2750. —Megan Stein

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