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  • Vol. 25, No. 36

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  • Me build pretty one day
  • Me build pretty one day

    Architect and City Councilor Thomas Crowder Crowder believes Raleigh should raise its planning and design sights and stop settling for "good enough" when it comes to major development projects.
  • Suspects get pass; victims to be deported

    Orange County prosecutors have dropped misdemeanor charges against two suspects who allegedly attacked two men—because many of the witnesses and victims are awaiting deportation and can't be found to help build the case.

Elections

  • Anti-war protesters descend on RNC
  • Anti-war protesters descend on RNC

    Observers from the National Lawyers Guild monitored the scene, watching for police misconduct. In the days before the march, police raided activists' homes, along with the headquarters of several protest groups.

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  • Republican National Convention arrests
  • Republican National Convention arrests

    Independent Voices followed a group of young RNC protesters as police, clad in riot gear, corralled them into a parking lot, deployed concussion grenades and pepper spray, and arrested the youth en masse.

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  • Going off about Lozoff

    Before the story was published, Lozoff contacted his supporters via e-mail, criticizing the Indy and suggested "if they feel so moved" they should write letters to the paper.

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