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Eighty-four Years After the Twenty-first Amendment, Are North Carolina’s Liquor Laws Ready for the Twenty-first Century?

Two bills in the legislature aim to boost the state’s brewers and distillers. The opposition is both biblical and financial.
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“We Are Not Afraid of Action”: Thousands March for Science in Downtown Raleigh

“We Are Not Afraid of Action”: Thousands March for Science in Downtown Raleigh

Protesting President Trump’s climate change policies and threatened cuts to scientific research, they marched from Shaw University to Moore Square.
Autopsy: Cops Shot Kenny Bailey in the Back, Front of the Leg

Autopsy: Cops Shot Kenny Bailey in the Back, Front of the Leg

It's unclear which bullet hit him first.
Durham Has a Backup Plan for the Former Army Reserve Center: Make It Part of Lyon Park

Durham Has a Backup Plan for the Former Army Reserve Center: Make It Part of Lyon Park

First dibs go to organizations that assist the homeless.
Theater Review: In <i>On Golden Pond</i>, Stage Veterans&nbsp;Contemplate What's Gone Before and What's to Come

Theater Review: In On Golden Pond, Stage Veterans Contemplate What's Gone Before and What's to Come

In Theatre in the Park's rendition of the venerable drama, Ira David Wood III returns to the role of Norman Thayer, older and tougher.
The Morning Roundup: President Trump Brings His Classy Friends to the White House

The Morning Roundup: President Trump Brings His Classy Friends to the White House

Also: Orange County moves forward with light rail, the federal government moves toward a shutdown, and Durham tries to help people in gentrifying neighborhoods.

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Fans of Ben Wheatley's Idiosyncratic Films May Be Disappointed by the Nineties-Tarantino Pastiche of <i>Free Fire</i>

Fans of Ben Wheatley's Idiosyncratic Films May Be Disappointed by the Nineties-Tarantino Pastiche of Free Fire

Wheatley's crime-gone-very-wrong story, set in a 1970s Boston warehouse, opens on Friday, April 21.

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Four Glasses Every Beer Geek Needs To Own

Four Glasses Every Beer Geek Needs To Own

Stop drinking great beer in crappy glassware. Here are four versatile options that can handle pretty much any style of beer.

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