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The Democratic National Convention, Day Four: An Interview with the First Transgender Person to Address a National Party Convention

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A Slow, Svelte Burn: Maxwell Discusses His New <i>BlackSUMMERS'night</i> and More

A Slow, Svelte Burn: Maxwell Discusses His New BlackSUMMERS'night and More

Maxwell stops by Raleigh's Red Hat Amphitheater with Fantasia Friday night.
Art Review: <i>Truth to Power</i>, Pleiades Gallery's Annual Social Justice Show, Aptly Starts With a Cry of Pain

Art Review: Truth to Power, Pleiades Gallery's Annual Social Justice Show, Aptly Starts With a Cry of Pain

“Right now there’s so much marginalization and blaming of the other,” says Pleiades Gallery's Renee Leverty. “Art helps people who are being vilified.”
The Morning Roundup: HB 2 Gets Dissed in Philly, Raleigh

The Morning Roundup: HB 2 Gets Dissed in Philly, Raleigh

Plus, Wake redistricting, a supply shortage at the Wake Salvation Army and a grocery giveaway at Chavis Park.
NCGOP Makes Big Mistake in Calling Out Tim Kaine

NCGOP Makes Big Mistake in Calling Out Tim Kaine

The North Carolina Republican Party done goofed.
Roman Vampire Lords, Telepathic Trees, and Smartphone Witch-Hunting Apps at Quail Ridge Books

Roman Vampire Lords, Telepathic Trees, and Smartphone Witch-Hunting Apps at Quail Ridge Books

Speculative fiction fans have a lot to look forward to this week, with readings on deck from prodigious local writer Tony Daniel (The Dragon Hammer) and acclaimed Dutch fantasist Thomas Olde Heuvelt (Hex).

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<i>Bad Moms</i> Remixes <i>The Change-Up</i> and <i>The Hangover</i> for Women. You’re Welcome?

Bad Moms Remixes The Change-Up and The Hangover for Women. You’re Welcome?

The ensemble comedy opens locally on Friday, July 29.

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