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Raleigh musician Grant Hayes loses appeal for new murder trial

Raleigh musician Grant Hayes loses appeal for new murder trial

Hayes serving life sentence for killing, dismembering ex-girlfriend and mother of his kids

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Carolina Crossroads to undergo major renovation this summer

Carolina Crossroads to undergo major renovation this summer

Restaurant will be closed for much of the summer

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Court of Appeals to decide whether a beer mug is a deadly weapon

Court of Appeals to decide whether a beer mug is a deadly weapon

Case stems from bar fight that left victim's face shattered

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Ben Folds to join yMusic in Durham in April

Ben Folds to join yMusic in Durham in April

The North Carolina native hits Durham for a collaborative show with yMusic.

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Girls in bands and <i>Girl in a Band</i>: Kim Gordon and Jon Wurster talk her book at the Cradle

Girls in bands and Girl in a Band: Kim Gordon and Jon Wurster talk her book at the Cradle

Longtime local musician Maria Albani reflects on seeing rock icon Kim Gordon discuss her memoir, Girl in a Band

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How Deah Barakat spent his last weekend

How Deah Barakat spent his last weekend

In reflecting on the triple-murder, some have preferred to focus on the things that are certain. Things like kindness, hard work, and the power of a smile.

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The GOP's attack on universities and free speech

The GOP's attack on universities and free speech

In their UNC, the only acceptable politics is conservative Republican politics

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Letters to the Editor | Re: The Chapel Hill shooting

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An in-progress documentary about a Raleigh teacher gets swept up in a protest movement

An in-progress documentary about a Raleigh teacher gets swept up in a protest movement

Teacher of the Year is currently seeking funding for post-production via Indiegogo.

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Culinary historian aims to bring overdue recognition to black White House chefs

Culinary historian aims to bring overdue recognition to black White House chefs

Miller says that black cooks have always had a presence in presidential kitchens, starting with enslaved persons who honed their skills while feeding plantation-owning Founding Fathers.

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An offensive pick for a defensive coach at UNC

An offensive pick for a defensive coach at UNC

Walking the line between won-loss records and off-the-field concerns as UNC plans to hire Gene Chizik as its defensive coordinator

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