DISH goes to college

With our area's universities shifting from summer stroll to a full-speed fall pace, we started thinking about collegiate cuisine.
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Violent crime up 30 percent in Durham over this time last year

Violent crime up 30 percent in Durham over this time last year

Aggravated assaults—people shooting into houses and cars—driving the increase

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Live: The momentary miracle of Farm Aid

Live: The momentary miracle of Farm Aid

Farm Aid repurposes and revives Walnut Creek Amphitheatre for a day with far better local produce than Delta Rae.

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<i>Bull Spec</i> officially retires as print magazine

Bull Spec officially retires as print magazine

We speak with publisher Samuel Montgomery-Blinn about the speculative fiction magazine's transition to web-only

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Live: Hiss Golden Messenger convenes a spirited celebration

Live: Hiss Golden Messenger convenes a spirited celebration

A seven-piece incarnation of Hiss Golden Messenger celebrated the release of the band's Merge debut, Lateness of Dancers, at Cat's Cradle.

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I truly believe Spence Dickerson is a good man who works hard to educate children about horses and nature. Keep …

by Moon on Staffers, parents concerned over kids' safety at Spence's Farm (North Carolina)

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