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  • Bad blood brewing over Old North Durham Park
  • Bad blood brewing over Old North Durham Park

    At issue are the use of a scarce community resource, the people it should serve, the complexities of private involvement with a public good, and the changes that could threaten a tightly knit inner-city neighborhood.

Music

  • Emeline Michel's rich Haitian fusion
  • Emeline Michel's rich Haitian fusion

    The nickname Queen of Haitian Song doesn't sit well with Emeline Michel: "I said, 'OK, if I'm a queen, I'm a queen of the heart. I want to have the biggest heart ever to share with everybody, and give that wherever I go to my music."

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Arts

  • <i>Big River</i> at PlayMakers Rep
  • Big River at PlayMakers Rep

    If Big River exemplifies how PlayMakers can rise to the challenge of ambitious musical productions, I hope many more float our way.

Film

Columns

  • Ballad of a truck

    Maybe it was time to get that new truck. It was a crisis of faith. When was the right time? How was I to know?

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