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Raleigh ranked 13th U.S. city for solar

Raleigh ranked 13th U.S. city for solar

Despite rapid industry growth, advocates say there are still barriers to solar installation in North Carolina

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"We care about the human race": An interview with Black Pussy

"We care about the human race": An interview with Black Pussy

Breniecia Reuben talks to Black Pussy about band name backlash and ... a guitar tuning that will save humanity?

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N.C. Senator introduces bill to raise pay for veteran teachers

N.C. Senator introduces bill to raise pay for veteran teachers

Legislation would adjust pay raise scale for all public school teachers

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Live: The music of Boulez, in real life

Live: The music of Boulez, in real life

A rare concert of Pierre Boulez's music in Chapel Hill advocates for the music.

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Durham poet Dasan Ahanu named Harvard fellow

Durham poet Dasan Ahanu named Harvard fellow

Following in the footsteps of Mark Anthony Neal and 9th Wonder, Dasan Ahanu will head to Harvard.

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Live: At The Ritz, ego and a lack of safety combine for a Farruko failure

Live: At The Ritz, ego and a lack of safety combine for a Farruko failure

Thursday night's show in Raleigh featured an alarming lack of energy from Farruko and venue security alike.

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