Thanks so much for the cover article. Vegetarian choices are sadly lacking in the Triangle. When there are 1 or 2 options on a menu, they are always predictable, token dishes.
The A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS show has been canceled due to a double-booking at the venue. A damn shame. Someone please bring theses guys down here.
Despicable! NCSU's ignorant, intolerant student body is an utter embarrassment and stain on common decency. The university needs to deal seriously with these misguided students or risk graduating a bunch of future hate crime offenders. While the Southern Baptist religion may not be solely responsible, organized religion certainly is. Where else do such harmful myths originate? People are not born with hate for their fellow humans in their heart. It is learned and perpetuated by the greatest institution of lies on the planet.
Raw-or-pasteurized - whatever. Cow's milk is for calves. There is nothing 'natural' about drinking the 'Mother's Milk' from another species - YUCK!. The thought is repulsive. I know that I was fed it when I was young, however, as soon as I was old enough to understand where it came from, I ceased drinking it (and consuming all animal products, as well). The only milk one should drink should be from one's own Mother. There are PLENTY of vitamins and minerals in fruits and vegetables. Visit www.milksucks.com for more info and, no, I'm not a hippy.
He might be better known if he had more campaign funds. He's raised less than $350K so far. Hillary has raised over $35 million and Obama, over $25 million. I don't think I care for the huge gap that exists between the camps. Not exactly a fair playing field.
The reason that people don't go to Local 506 shows during the week is well known:
They start too late.
It has nothing to do with "the big scary digital age" or "the scene" dying. This is unfortunate because the 506 has been booking some great bands lately.
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