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  • May 23-29, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 21

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  • Raleigh council addresses infill
  • Raleigh council addresses infill

    There's a chance after all that the Raleigh City Council will do something soon about the rash of teardowns in older neighborhoods and the weak standards that govern "infill" construction.

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  • Durham justice

    Reade Seligmann, meet Erick Daniels. He's what happens to people without money when they're railroaded by Durham police and the Durham district attorney's office.
  • The Bimbé Cultural Arts Festival
  • The Bimbé Cultural Arts Festival

    The Bimbé Cultural Arts Festival, which celebrated its 38th edition last weekend at the Durham Athletic Park, was established in honor of the West African festival of harvest and celebration...
  • Hell's kitchen
  • Hell's kitchen

    Upon hearing the news of Jerry Falwell's passing last week, a memory immediately rushed in.
  • Letters to the Editor

    While we certainly appreciate Douglas Vuncannon's recent visit to Bodies...The Exhibition, we take exception to his acidic commentary that criticizes presenting human anatomy in medical terms.

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  • Gary Bartlett; Mayor Doug Boyd; Jimmy Carter
  • Gary Bartlett; Mayor Doug Boyd; Jimmy Carter

    Until quite recently, North Carolina was among the worst states in complying with Section 7 of the National Voter Registration Act, which requires states to designate public assistance offices as voter registration agencies to draw low-income citizens into the democratic process.
  • Honoring the dead
  • Honoring the dead

    This Monday, Memorial Day, I plan to join my neighbor, Doug Johnston, at the state Capitol, where he'll be leading a tribute to the troops who've died in the disastrous Iraq war.

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