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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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Women pose as nursing assistants to steal jewelry from Cary nursing home residents

Women pose as nursing assistants to steal jewelry from Cary nursing home residents

Jewelry, worth tens of thousands of dollars, taken from unlocked residences

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Raleigh getting big new "American Roots" music festival, sources say

Raleigh getting big new "American Roots" music festival, sources say

An internal document from Blackbird Presents says the New York company is bringing a two-day festival to Walnut Creek in October.

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Bombadil makes it to the big screen in <i>Trainwreck</i>, sort of

Bombadil makes it to the big screen in Trainwreck, sort of

Stick around for the end of the new movie and hear "Amy's Friend," from the band's March album Hold On.

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Movie review: Not even a shockingly ripped Donnie Darko can punch up <i>Southpaw</i>'s soapy script

Movie review: Not even a shockingly ripped Donnie Darko can punch up Southpaw's soapy script

But Jake Gyllenhaal and Forest Whitaker do their best with the shopworn material.

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