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Live blogging Raleigh's Law and Public Safety Committee Meeting

Live blogging Raleigh's Law and Public Safety Committee Meeting

The LPS will take up Raleigh's outdoor drinking ordinance

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Live: Smashing Pumpkins and Marilyn Manson shake down 1999

Live: Smashing Pumpkins and Marilyn Manson shake down 1999

In Raleigh, the '90s superstars served up comparatively tame co-headlining sets.

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N.C. DOT Secretary Tony Tata resigns

N.C. DOT Secretary Tony Tata resigns

Tata to focus on family matters, writing

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Watch a new NC Music Love Army video from Jon Lindsay, "Dear Mr. McCrory"

Watch a new NC Music Love Army video from Jon Lindsay, "Dear Mr. McCrory"

Listen to and watch a pointed open letter to the governor from the NC Music Love Army, and learn what the institution is up to next.

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Thirteen percent of Raleigh city employees make less than $15/hour

Thirteen percent of Raleigh city employees make less than $15/hour

Even after a scheduled pay adjustment, the city will still be paying more than 200 employees sub-living wages.

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#FI1000: Our favorite 13 Instagram takes on Future Islands' big day in Carrboro

#FI1000: Our favorite 13 Instagram takes on Future Islands' big day in Carrboro

Take a look back at yesterday's Future Islands 1000th show, which they celebrated with Baltimore and local friends alike.

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Raleigh native Peyton Reed sizes up his first superhero blockbuster, <i>Ant-Man</i>

Raleigh native Peyton Reed sizes up his first superhero blockbuster, Ant-Man

Reed, a veteran of modest comedies, discusses becoming a Marvel Cinematic Universe filmmaker.

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