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Won't Someone Please Think of the Drug Dealers?

Letters to the Editor In last week's Triangulator, we ran an infographic exploring what North Carolina was missing by not being one of the handful of states that has

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Rogue Mail

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Everybody, Pipe Down!

Letters to the Editor In North Carolina, the big political story of the last week was, of course, state Representative Larry Pittman's ill-advised Facebook commentary on the Civil War

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Ominous Growth.

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The Fault, Dear Brutus

Letters to the Editor On March 30, as news broke of the fast-moving compromise between Governor Cooper and Republicans in the General Assembly, we published the elegantly titled blog

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Gut Check

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The Word That Shall Not Be Spoken

Letters to the Editor We love this letter. And this writer. Take it away, Glenda Alexander: "I usually enjoy your crossword puzzles. However, in the most recent one, I

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Does Durham's Recent Cameo in Marvel Comics Reflect a Better Status Quo or a Fleeting Protest Fad? Our Call.

Artificer The first edition of Artificer, a new column by the INDY's managing arts and culture editor, examines a revealing appearance of Durham in Marvel's Champions.

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Massed Mascots

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"Your Citizenship Should Be Revoked"

Letters to the Editor Let's begin with our new favorite reader, John Paul Bertke, who loved everything in last week's Immigration Issue and went on about it at some

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Green and Brown

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Out of Standing Rock, the Birth of a New Environmental Movement

Democracy in Crisis “People need to realize indigenous people are doing this for all people. We’re here to protect the water for all people.”

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A View to a Bill

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Sad!

Letters to the Editor Last week's Triangulator (as well as a blog post a few days earlier) explored the sparsely attended March 4 gathering of Trump supporters on the

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Three Things We Learned from the First Week of the Trumpcare Debate

Soapboxer Number 2: Trump is perfectly willing to sell out his base

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Interstate Commerce

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this illustrator seems confused as to his admission

by Ron J Belin on Ominous Growth. (Peripheral Visions)

...A RED ONE

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its an idexes, the molecular growth, in extention toward a 'danger' admission.?

by Ron J Belin on Ominous Growth. (Peripheral Visions)

why ominous, and why this indicator's signage for tumerous association.?

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this illustrator seems confused as to his admission

by Ron J Belin on Ominous Growth. (Peripheral Visions)

...A RED ONE

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