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Another Bizarre Chapter in the HB 2 Saga

Another Bizarre Chapter in the HB 2 Saga

GOP leaders say Governor Roy Cooper offered to compromise on HB 2. Cooper denies it. And there are emails.
Two Detention Officers Fired After a Man Dies Inside the Wake County Jail

Two Detention Officers Fired After a Man Dies Inside the Wake County Jail

Sheriff Donnie Harrison: "If I terminate somebody, it's a cause of concern. The only thing I can say right now is that we are in an ongoing investigation."
Alleging Retaliation and Discrimination, a Former Durham County Deputy Manager Is Suing After Her Pay Was Cut in Half

Alleging Retaliation and Discrimination, a Former Durham County Deputy Manager Is Suing After Her Pay Was Cut in Half

In the lawsuit, Marqueta Welton says she was "humiliated" and forced to resign.
NCAA Gives North Carolina Forty-Eight Hours to Kill HB 2

NCAA Gives North Carolina Forty-Eight Hours to Kill HB 2

Hey Tim Moore, the ball’s in your court.
Lerner Officials Respond to Arrest in JCC Threats Case

Lerner Officials Respond to Arrest in JCC Threats Case

Despite what some pundits have suggested, the threats were do not appear to have been called in as part of a political agenda, school official says.

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Aquila Theatre:<i>The Trojan War</i>

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Aquila Theatre:The Trojan War

Fri., March 31, 6-8 p.m. and Sat., April 1, 6-8 p.m.

Materia – A Temporal Collaboration at Three Atypical Sites

Materia – A Temporal Collaboration at Three Atypical Sites

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<i>Submerged</i>

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March 31-April 1, 7:30-9:30 p.m. and April 2-1, 2:30-4:30 p.m.

<i>Seven: A Documentary Play</i>

Durham County

Seven: A Documentary Play

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Durham County

Brickside 2017

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Can Republican-Sponsored Redistricting Reform Save North Carolina’s Democracy?

Can Republican-Sponsored Redistricting Reform Save North Carolina’s Democracy?

Last month, four Republicans proposed a bill to redistricting out of lawmakers’ hands and give it to an independent commission

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Film

Movie Review: <i>I Am Not Your Negro</i> Shows That We're Still Catching Up with James Baldwin's Clear, Unforgiving Vision

Movie Review: I Am Not Your Negro Shows That We're Still Catching Up with James Baldwin's Clear, Unforgiving Vision

Raoul Peck "finishes" Baldwin's Remember This House and connects it to the racial injustice of today.

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Music

The Nile Project Lays Down Sustainable Solutions in Its Weeklong Triangle Residency—And a New Record, Too

The Nile Project Lays Down Sustainable Solutions in Its Weeklong Triangle Residency—And a New Record, Too

The collective of musicians hailing from countries along the Nile hosts a bevy of events in Raleigh this week.

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Food

Living Kitchen Reinvigorates Vegan Food—And You Wouldn't Even Know It

Living Kitchen Reinvigorates Vegan Food—And You Wouldn't Even Know It

The Charlotte restaurant's outposts in Raleigh and Chapel Hill offers a massive menu of satisfying fare.

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Arts

Superhero MC: Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels Returns to the Comics That Helped Mutate a Catholic Schoolkid Into a Hip-Hop Legend

Superhero MC: Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels Returns to the Comics That Helped Mutate a Catholic Schoolkid Into a Hip-Hop Legend

McDaniels appears at NC Comicon: Oak City this weekend to discuss his career and Darryl Makes Comics.

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