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The Durham Hotel Ejects an Asian Man from Its Rooftop Bar, Is Accused of Racism, Blames “Mistaken Identity”

The Durham Hotel Ejects an Asian Man from Its Rooftop Bar, Is Accused of Racism, Blames “Mistaken Identity”

A sober patron was told to leave bar—and given little explanation as to why—on Saturday. Was it a case of "mistaken identity" or racial discrimination?
Movie Review: <i>Don't Think Twice</i> Gets Inside the Worlds of Improv Comedy and <i>Saturday Night</i> ... Er, <i>Weekend Live</i>

Movie Review: Don't Think Twice Gets Inside the Worlds of Improv Comedy and Saturday Night ... Er, Weekend Live

Keegan-Michael Key and Gillian Jacobs are at the heart of Mike Birbiglia's character-driven comedy.
Durham Is Getting a New Dog Park

Durham Is Getting a New Dog Park

The bigger Northgate Dog Park has a ways to go before its planned relocation.
The Morning Roundup: To Help African-Americans Learn to Love Trump, a Surrogate Depicts Hillary in Blackface

The Morning Roundup: To Help African-Americans Learn to Love Trump, a Surrogate Depicts Hillary in Blackface

Also: Raleigh police are involved in a fatal shooting, the Air Force goes "Top Gun" and the world says goodbye to "Willy Wonka."
After Italy's Earthquake, Il Palio Will Donate Proceeds From Two Fundraiser Dinners This Week

After Italy's Earthquake, Il Palio Will Donate Proceeds From Two Fundraiser Dinners This Week

Inspired by his time in Italy, Chef Teddy Diggs announced fundraising dinners for Thursday and Friday. All proceeds benefit the Italian Red Cross, helping earthquake victims in Norcia.

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What Aetna’s Decision to Leave the Obamacare Exchange Says about the Future of For-Profit Health Care

What Aetna’s Decision to Leave the Obamacare Exchange Says about the Future of For-Profit Health Care

Can big corporations and universal coverage peacefully coexist? That doesn’t seem likely.

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Financial Tension Between Parents Strains a Friendship Between Boys in Indie Gem <i>Little Men</i>

Financial Tension Between Parents Strains a Friendship Between Boys in Indie Gem Little Men

Ira Sachs's latest film opens in the Triangle on September 9.

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As Southern as Shilla Market: Cucumber Kimchi Spices Up a Tomato Sandwich

As Southern as Shilla Market: Cucumber Kimchi Spices Up a Tomato Sandwich

At least twice a week, Sunnyeo Bak makes five to seven cases of kim-chi varieties for Shilla Market, which she has owned for six years with her husband and daughters.

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Parking Woes Drive Proactive Moves for Two Important Raleigh Galleries

Parking Woes Drive Proactive Moves for Two Important Raleigh Galleries

Adam Cave Fine Art and Lee Hansley Gallery are both moving to the fringe of downtown.

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A Free Self-Defense Camp in Durham Empowers LGBTQ Youth to Stand Up to Oppression

A Free Self-Defense Camp in Durham Empowers LGBTQ Youth to Stand Up to Oppression

For some, martial arts are just fun. But for LGBTQ teens in Squad! Self Defense’s “Fighting Back” camp, it's a matter of survival.

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