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Durham’s New Parking Meters Are Confusing. We’re Here to Help.

The meters are expected to raise $1.7 million a year. You might have to memorize your license plate number.
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North Carolina May Soon Allow Legit Sunday-Morning Brunch Just Like a Grown-Up State!

North Carolina May Soon Allow Legit Sunday-Morning Brunch Just Like a Grown-Up State!

If SB 155 passes, and your local government signs off, there’ll be booze and everything! (Also, you might be able to drink whiskey at balloon races, and who wouldn’t want to do that?)
Watch New Videos from Sylvan Esso—Who Have a New LP out Next Month—and Flock of Dimes

Watch New Videos from Sylvan Esso—Who Have a New LP out Next Month—and Flock of Dimes

Sylvan Esso's "Die Young" is from the duo's forthcoming What Now, while Flock of Dimes' "Everything Is Happening Today" is the latest single from last year's If You See Me, Say Yes.
Durham Mayor Bell Takes a Victory Lap at His Final State of the City Address

Durham Mayor Bell Takes a Victory Lap at His Final State of the City Address

But there’s more work yet to be done, Bell said.
Democracy in Crisis: Stoned Reflections on a Day at CPAC

Democracy in Crisis: Stoned Reflections on a Day at CPAC

If there’s a hell, this is what it is like.
Rolesville Viral Video Triggers Panel on School Policing

Rolesville Viral Video Triggers Panel on School Policing

Last month's viral video of a police officer slamming a girl to the ground triggered a panel discussion on the role of resource officers in schools.

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

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