Soo...where's the list of best pies?
If you want to read something truly AMAZING you need to read about this genius, Brunelleschi's Dome. This is just a short summary of what he did, I saw the documentary and did some more research on him. I was totally Gob-smacked!!
Walter obviously needs to pick up a map and drive around. As much as Raleighites hate Cary, the two have blended together so much that you rarely notice when you leave one and enter the other.
you should manufacture it here in Elkhart Indiana we have boat and rv builders here with fiberglass skills and plenty of empty factories. we need new energy type production here come on over.
Your list of other places to buy seafood omits Local's Seafood http://localsseafood.com/ which visits several local area markets (including the Raleigh Farmer's Market) with fresh NC seafood.
sad that sushi tsune wasn't listed. old school sushi on hillsboro next to the arby's. tsune-san is an awesome dude. haru is also a great and often slept on sushi place. in the shopping center on oberlin/glenwood
Please don't lump Cary and Raleigh together. You separated Chapel Hill and Carrboro although those 2 cities are as close as if not closer together than Cary & Raleigh, both geographically and otherwise. People from outside of North Carolina often conflate Durham & Raleigh because of the airport name. That's annoying, but nowhere near as bad as conflating Cary & Raleigh. Don't encourage the conflation. Separate the cities.
I recently got my ELF and love it. The most efficient and useful vehicle I have ever owned. I also have a Nissan LEAD but as Rob says on a few mile commute do we really need a full sized car. I do many 20-30 mile trips and commute to work 22 miles each way. It's more fun than any of my other bicycles.
Lots of people flag me down to ask about it, take pictures as they drive by and give the ElFan thumbs up. It's not me in the ELF that is the star. As much attention as a Tesla S. I call it my M&M mini micro .
Let's juxtapose this quote:
'A liberal is somebody who can understand anybody but the ones who can't understand the liberals.'
With this one:
"As much as I admire Rev. Barber, I just wish Jesus and God could be dropped out one week because I think Jesus and God is what got us in this trouble in the first place with the far Right. And I don't see that as the solution."
There's a missing link when a liberal doesn't get the inspiration that follows from another person's spiritual beliefs.
I've been preached to about Jesus more than I can take, but I can tell you there's nothing like the power of the African American church -- the full weight of history, from Africa to America is still being carried through the Black churches, and it's a steam engine that won't quit. White liberals have nothing on it.
"We don't want to be a Durham-Chapel Hill-Raleigh 'intelligentsia' speaking our outrage only to other people with Ph.D.s".
(Barber does have a PhD, but he's got the equivalent of street cred as a leader of the people.)
Writer Allan Gurganus is absolutely right to remark that taking Jesus and God out of Moral Monday protests would be a very good idea, and not just because religiosity and its vague dependence on emotion and un-fact got us into this awful mess to begin with, either, though surely that is an irony that he is wise to note. The religious tone to these protests becomes a water in which the non-religious like me do not want to swim. I, for one, am not interested in martyrdom; I prefer to see some good old intellect applied to the problems that face us, the first of those problems being that we voters have turned over our North Carolina State government to a bunch of sideshow barkers who are quite shamelessly in favor of turning our beautiful state over to business concerns for systematic rape and pillage. How about calling them Mindful Mondays instead?
I'm surprised, in a list of almost entirely local, nonprofit productions, that you've included a touring Broadway musical at a commercially owned and operated venue. When audiences and funding already don't understand the difference between the two arts business structures, seeing a commercial operation in such a preview list without accompanying delineation makes our work educating harder.
Excellent point, Shocka Kahn. I'll take the "fall" for that as the story's editor. I should have checked the calendar more carefully.
You're driving home from MOEMS on Sunday? You'll miss Pretty Lights and Disclosure! The autumn leaves will still be there the day after the festival is over on Monday.
Hi Katie, thanks for the note. At the bottom of the story we've now linked to an INDY slideshow and story on the Triangle's Karen refugees: "Growing home: Karen refugees rebuild their lives in the Triangle" at http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/karen-ref…
Thank you for this article. Would love to read more about the Karen and how they are transitioning and also about their faith.
It's funny...I read the first paragraph and thought the writing sounded exactly like the Acme e-mails. Kevin has a distinctive voice, it seems. :)
You have to read on the package of these produsct you have to water after applying them and you have to not let animal or human near them till it is dry. You have to read the package of everything before using and if it is meant to kill it does just that.
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Shake container before using
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Dust lightly to cover leaves with a thin, even film of dust
Apply at the furthest corner and work backward
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Do not repeat applications more than once per week (7 days)
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You have to be responsible when using this and USE AS DIRECTED.
What about Taqueria del Sol in Cary? New to the area but SOOOO good!! It should have received some sort of recognition!
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