It's theater, not a rock concert. Why wouldn't a show start on time? I appreciate that you think more could have been done in advance to emphasize the curtain is going up at 7 on the dot ... but to have six out of 10 paragraphs of your review complaining about the policy rather than telling readers (who will likely be on time) what the show itself was really like, seems silly.
Wow, that's a big fail.
Remember a few years ago when the city of Durham ordered signs to commemorate Parrish Street and something on one of them was spelled wrong?
I am shocked but not surprised. I send my heartfelt condolences to those who were laid off. I worked with almost all the folks you listed during my Herald-Sun days. I was there the day Paxton took over and laid off a large portion of the newsroom. That place was never the same after that. I still have good friends who work there, and I wish them the best. It's not easy to keep doing your job when morale is so low.
I live on the outskirts of downtown Raleigh and my neighbors have at least six or seven chickens. They haven't been a bother yet.
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