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Bonus Materials: Bullet trains and class rage in <i>Snowpiercer</i>

Bonus Materials: Bullet trains and class rage in Snowpiercer

Also new on DVD/digital: Only Lovers Left Alive, Locke, Boardwalk Empire season 4

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Video: Wild Fur and See Gulls offer local Hopscotch preview

Video: Wild Fur and See Gulls offer local Hopscotch preview

Triangle bands See Gulls and Wild Fur took the stage at Tir Na Nog's Local Band, Local Beer for a night of lovable rock.

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Tonight in Raleigh: A cross-country hardcore sampler

Tonight in Raleigh: A cross-country hardcore sampler

A three-band bill tonight at Nice Price Books goes hard and wild.

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Live: Eston and the Outs and Shelles summon mighty songs at The Cave

Live: Eston and the Outs and Shelles summon mighty songs at The Cave

In Chapel Hill, newer rock outfits made from Triangle music veterans convened for an intense night at The Cave.

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I get pretty violent with squirrels, rabbits and deer destroying my vegetable crops. just sayin'.

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You killed a wild animal with an axe because it was doing what it does to survive. That's your best …

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A brother's dream to bring his slain sister's passion for soccer to Nicaragua

A brother's dream to bring his slain sister's passion for soccer to Nicaragua

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