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ProgDay: An old fest survives—even grows—alongside the rest

ProgDay: An old fest survives—even grows—alongside the rest

Though music festival competition is increasing in the Triangle, ProgDay enjoys the crowd.

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Movie review: A surprisingly slapdash adaptation of Bill Bryson's book <i>A Walk in the Woods</i>

Movie review: A surprisingly slapdash adaptation of Bill Bryson's book A Walk in the Woods

Only watching Robert Redford and Nick Nolte work together redeems this disservice to the popular travel writer.

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North Carolina’s Historic Preservation Tax Credits could be coming back

North Carolina’s Historic Preservation Tax Credits could be coming back

Councilman Bonner Gaylord hosted a panel on historic preservation at the Merrimon-Wynne House Wednesday

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Listen to "Boundless Love," the sweet new single from Jeanne Jolly

Listen to "Boundless Love," the sweet new single from Jeanne Jolly

Raleigh's Jolly releases her new record, A Place to Run on October 2.

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Here's your chance to have coffee with today's Indy profile star, Gary Kahn

Here's your chance to have coffee with today's Indy profile star, Gary Kahn

Kahn—a conservative with a taste for blunt talk—is running for mayor in Chapel Hill against incumbent Mark Kleinschmidt and former Orange County Commissioner Pam Hemminger.

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On Labor Day, chefs unite to celebrate Bill Smith's new <i>Crab &amp; Oysters</i>

On Labor Day, chefs unite to celebrate Bill Smith's new Crab & Oysters

Peek at a recipe for deviled crab dip before the book's Monday night release party at Alley Twenty Six.

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Why is Gary Kahn, Chapel Hill’s last Republican politician, running for mayor as a Democrat?

Why is Gary Kahn, Chapel Hill’s last Republican politician, running for mayor as a Democrat?

Why he left New York: "I was walking around one day, and I realized that no one around me was speaking English. They were all Asians. I heard nothing but ching, ching, ching, not a word of English."

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North Carolina’s Medicaid system is working just fine. Republicans want to “reform” it anyway.

North Carolina’s Medicaid system is working just fine. Republicans want to “reform” it anyway.

By “reform,” they mean “privatization”—i.e., putting patient care under insurance companies’ control

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Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig vent Millennial anxieties in <i>Mistress America</i>

Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig vent Millennial anxieties in Mistress America

The fast and funny indie comedy opens in the Triangle this week.

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