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You Are Welcome Here

These are dark days for the Triangle’s immigrants and refugees, but this community has their back

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Nominate your favorites

It's time to cast your votes! Find the rules, and link to the ballot here.

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27 Reasons We Love the Triangle Right Now

Our Valentine’s Day Love Letter to the Place We Call Home

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Pay It Forward

Years ago, Durham nonprofits helped Miriam Valle find her path. Now, the Schewel Award winner is helping others do the same.

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Soup for You: Welcome to DISH, the INDY’s Tri-Annual Food Special

We explore all things soup, from the holiness of pozole to the great pho controversy.

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Hidden Gems: The INDY’s Fall Guide to Arts & Culture

From music to food to the stage, all the events you mustn’t miss this autumn in one convenient package.

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Hopscotch VII Hits Raleigh This Weekend

Rap battles, twisted roots, and arcane pursuits abound at this year’s festival.

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You Live in One of the Most Beautiful Places on Earth. Get Out There.

We’re here to help you explore the Triangle’s Great Outdoors

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The INDY's Tattoo Issue

Medical tats, cover-ups, and the man whose ink made Steph Curry a star

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HB 2: How Did We Get Here?

Here’s why we’re doing an all-HB 2 issue

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Summer Guide: In Which We Convince the Company to Pay for Our Vacations

Holy shit, we can’t believe they went for it

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The Local Food Question: How Did We Get Here, and Where Is It Going?

You can barely go to a restaurant these days without hearing about local food.

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Welcome to Geek Week

From GeekCraft Expo to the East Coast Game Conference, a perfect storm of geeky fun is descending on the Triangle.

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DRINK: Have a Drink—And Tip Well

We meet a Raleigh doorman with a sensitive side, and have a night out with three top bartenders. Then we take a trip to every Triangle distillery, search for a perfect cocktail, and list the spots you're most likely to find us.

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The INDY’s Citizen Awards Honor the Triangle’s Changemakers

This year, we profile five people who are making a difference

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Someone growing up in NC would almost have to make a specific to avoid a second-generation immigrant. I grew up …

by joemoody on The Story of North Carolina Is the Story of Immigrants (The Immigration Issue)

There's still a lot of homogeneity in NC. I'm proudly second-generation. Recently, someone (a grad student at NCSU) told me …

by margaretS on The Story of North Carolina Is the Story of Immigrants (The Immigration Issue)

"The Immigration Issue" begins with "You Are All Welcome Here", printed in 7 different languages, setting the tone for an …

by John Paul Bertke on You Are Welcome Here (The Immigration Issue)

Interesting that you ran your opening item in the paper in several languages but not here. Unfortunately, you got at …

by mike (270514) on You Are Welcome Here (The Immigration Issue)

The Liberal Case AGAINST Illegal Immigration:

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/11/25/the-liberal-case-against-illegal-immigration.html

This is the Progressive Case AGAINST Illegal Immigration:

http://www.salon.com/2015/03/01/the_1_percents_immigration_con_how_big_business_adds_to_income_inequality_pits_workers_against_each_other/

by Lou DeLucia on G.K. Butterfield on Resisting Trump’s Attacks on Immigrants and Refugees (The Immigration Issue)

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