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A Requiem for David McKnight: Prodigy, Journalist, Politician, Homeless Street Musician

After a long struggle with mental illness and a shorter battle with cancer, the Mayor of Ninth Street—or, in Raleigh, Hillsborough Street’s Handel—is dying. But his music changed lives.
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Women's March on Raleigh

Women's March on Raleigh

See what a gathering of thousands of people looks like marching through downtown Raleigh.
UNC Students Walk Out in Inauguration Protest

UNC Students Walk Out in Inauguration Protest

At UNC Chapel Hill on Friday, a diverse group of students walked out of class to voice their opposition to the inauguration and Trump's divisive rhetoric.
Movie Review: How M. Night Shyamalan Got His Groove Back in <i>Split</i>

Movie Review: How M. Night Shyamalan Got His Groove Back in Split

After a string of flops from Shyamalan, this thriller has a killer twist, but the even bigger surprise is that it's good.
Movie Review: Family Is a Slippery Thing in Mike Mills's Loopy, Lovely <i>20th Century Women</i>

Movie Review: Family Is a Slippery Thing in Mike Mills's Loopy, Lovely 20th Century Women

Gorgeous shots and a strong screenplay surround Annette Bening's compelling performance in this eccentric, confessional ode to the spirit of '79.
North Carolinians Will Take Obama Over Trump, Survey Finds

North Carolinians Will Take Obama Over Trump, Survey Finds

Despite voting for Donald Trump, just 44 percent of North Carolinians have a positive opinion of the president-elect, according to a survey by Public Policy Polling.

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Isabelle Huppert Unforgettably Avenges Herself in <i>Elle</i>

Isabelle Huppert Unforgettably Avenges Herself in Elle

Director Paul Verhoeven’s superlative French-made thriller opens locally on Friday, Jan. 13.

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