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  • Eat where you're at
  • Eat where you're at

    The Triangle's bedroom communities host an expanding array of restaurants

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  • Girl Talk
  • Girl Talk

    Gregg Gillis was relishing in the colorful doors of his new Pittsburgh home when we caught up with him for the latest round of Five Words.

Food

  • Forgive me, Tex-Mex fans
  • Forgive me, Tex-Mex fans

    Dos Taquitos Centro at one year; Mez at the start; Los Potrillos the Second; plus, Foster's Market's "On the Porch" cookouts; more local props from Gourmet and Bon Appetit

Arts

  • NCCU's <i>Home</i>
  • NCCU's Home

    Over the course of the play, these women ("Woman One" and "Woman Two") inhabit more than 20 characters—aunts and uncles, American soldiers, welfare caseworkers, drug dealers and prostitutes—in a looping, musical dialogue.

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