I bought a older home a few years ago and had to have a new well dug but now theres something wrong with my water i had it tested and it tested high for methane gas and oil i cant use the water at all and i have stayed sick since i bought the property is there anything i can do or anyone i can speak to about the situation i also have a old store near my home that still has the gas drums in the ground could that be the source of the gas in my water?
This will only benefit Chapel Hill. I am glad they got with the times. The food scene in Chapel Hill is so tired. You have run down crappy pub fare for the college kids. Or uninspired bougie food for all the old money in town. But Durham still has Fullsteam which means its worth the drive for the beer + food trucks, unless Chapel Hill gets a brewery in the future.
great review - thank you for such a heart felt insight into a great performance!
Thank you so much for the thoroughness of this glowing review... I so wanted to be there, but since I couldn't, it's nice that your review tells so much about the story and Clay's presentation. And the pix help so much to bring it alive for me!
Thank you Byron. He meant a lot to all of us at RLT.
Very sad. Haskell was a remarkable person, and a very great many people mourn his passing.
Rest well, dear mentor.
don't worry Zack, we'll be back!
That remains to be seen. My understanding is that Rutkiewicz finally arrived in Cary this weekend (5/12). I know Clarke is high on his arrival. However, James and Hamilton have been an effective pairing in the back. That said, with James' injury issues and Hamilton's aggressive demeanor, the RailHawks can't have enough depth at CB.
I can't explain the influence George Jones, like George Strait and other Great Country singers had on my life. I would like to say that George Jones is uniquivically one of the best, and nobody who is a REAL COUNTRY FAN would never even think of any of his stumbles because everyone has gone through their own and George got through his hard times, smelling like a rose. I am going to miss you, Sir...FOREVER!!!!
Love this. So well said!!!
I saw The Drowsy Caperone on Tuesday and loved it so much that I went back to see it again on Wednesday. Kudos to Clay, Beth and everyone involved in this wonderful production.
The two tributes to George Jones are brilliant insightful writings by two accomplished musicians. Certainly we are warned of the humiliations that can come from fame, others knowing too much about your business, by the lives of people like George Jones, whose business is their lives, and what they have to sell.
Some of us survive and just to be spiteful. Others end up walking around like demigods looking down quietly and kindly.
Sounds like Georges Jones was in the latter category.
I admit that some of my note here is informed by being close enough to watch Mr,Jones backstage as the electrician on a show in the Greensboro Auditorium. I am grateful to know both Mr. Howie, and Mr. Maxwell. Mr. Maxwell is on the road to having his own magazine, and or a show on VICE.
Why does downtown Durham shut down so early?
hilrant here digging "sparrow " by the kicking grass band-check em' out now
Clarification......save us from the elected members of the General Assembly., he said.......Tribute to HBS
Shoot if you must, this half-bald head, but save our future from criminals in the NC General Assembly, he said.........Tribute to HBS
Be there March 6, 4pm. You owe it to yourself, your family, your children and society if you desire to live in a society in North Carolina and maintain a mere minimum of freedoms from government intrusion and exclusion in your life. Don"t fool yourself that you will be taken care of with the various social systems in place. They are vanishing daily in our State. I will be there, ready to STAND TALL.. We should all be fortunate William Barber has 20/20 vision in these matters. Thank you, Dr. Barber...
Martinez looks to be a great addition. Wonder how much Rutkiewicz will offer?
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