The sad legacy of Lincoln Apartments

Lincoln Apartments sit in limbo as Durham Housing Authority seeks money to put plans into action
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Third Film:Acoustic installment announced with Neko Case and <i>Repo Man</i>

Third Film:Acoustic installment announced with Neko Case and Repo Man

Case will discuss the cult hit with the film's executive producer (and former Monkee) Michael Nesmith.

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Hopscotch announces 2015 dates, tickets on sale Feb. 3

Hopscotch announces 2015 dates, tickets on sale Feb. 3

Raleigh's annual major music festival returns for a sixth year under new ownership.

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Triangle Restaurant Week starts Monday, Jan. 26

Triangle Restaurant Week starts Monday, Jan. 26

Annual event has more than 75 restaurants offering meal specials

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The Queue: Class conflict and Victorian grotesques—you know, for the kids—in <i>The Boxtrolls</i>

The Queue: Class conflict and Victorian grotesques—you know, for the kids—in The Boxtrolls

What to watch this week—and where to find it—on Digital HD, DVD and Blu-ray.

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The Red Menace: Civitas Unveils "Vast Left-Wing Activist Network"

The Red Menace: Civitas Unveils "Vast Left-Wing Activist Network"

Are you on the list? "Shadowy network" includes Coalition Against Domestic Violence and gasp! Disability Rights NC

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Sledge hearing set for Friday

Sledge hearing set for Friday

A three-judge panel will hear evidence on wrongful conviction claim

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After serving 40 years for petty burglary committed as a teen, a man fights his life sentence

After serving 40 years for petty burglary committed as a teen, a man fights his life sentence

In 1991, at age 16, Cumberland County native Terrance Wilkerson broke into several homes. Convicted of second-degree burglary, he was sentenced to 50 years. Last fall, Wilkerson made parole.

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Hundreds of students and supporters filled the quad in solidarity with Duke's Muslim students as the call to prayer was broadcast from a radio on the chapel steps.

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Letters to the Editor | Re: UNC football; Derrick McRae

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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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