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Rising Through Teenage Rap Battles and Reality TV, J. Gunn Is Ready To Blow Up

Rising Through Teenage Rap Battles and Reality TV, J. Gunn Is Ready To Blow Up

The Durham rapper has been making some big moves at home in the Bull City and on BET.

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Destination Dix is Poised to Give Raleigh the Urban Park It Finally Deserves

Music Feature Saturday’s free, day-long festival looks to hook thousands of new visitors for the capital’s green gem. What else does the park's future hold?

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Heady Weather: Guitarists Steve Gunn and William Tyler Employ Their Instruments to Bold New Ends

Music Feature Catch Gunn in Raleigh Tuesday night and Tyler in Durham on Wednesday.

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Guitar Center Is Leaving Durham. Here’s What That Means for Indie Music Stores

Music Feature Later this month, the chain will relocate to Cary

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Tuskha Makes a Conservative Debut

Record Review On his new solo LP, Bowerbirds’ Phil Moore plays it safe with pop

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Jphono1’s Warm, Wooly Refinement

Record Review John Harrison enlists a pair of pals to make Time in the Chevron bloom

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The Hotelier and Modern Baseball Are Helping Emo Grow Up

Music Feature Modern Baseball are at Cat's Cradle on June 30 and Hotelier play the Cat's Cradle Back Room on July 2

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At the Eno River Festival, North Carolinians Fight for Their Own Backyard

Our guide to this week's shows In April, the thirty-seventh Festival for the Eno suffered a major blow to its lineup before the roster could even be announced. Ani DiFranco, the

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Real Independence: Getting Weird with Evil Wiener on July 4

Our guide to this week's shows Twice a year, a combination of the calendar and cosmic forces motivates Chapel Hill's long-running Evil Wiener to reconvene—once at Christmas, and now on the

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Listening with Brett Harris: The Pop Tunesmith Talks the Beatles, Big Star, and Local Favorites

Music Feature Exploring pop's past with Brett Harris, one of its true local masters

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Joshua Gunn is definitely History in the making, Rumble Young Bull Rumble!

by YoungMogul on Rising Through Teenage Rap Battles and Reality TV, J. Gunn Is Ready To Blow Up (Music Feature)

Certainly not the mental health care it needs

by Goaglen on Destination Dix is Poised to Give Raleigh the Urban Park It Finally Deserves (Music Feature)

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