I don't always agree with the Indy's endorsements (Mike Nifong during the Duke / LAX incident had to be the worst), and I think they dropped the ball this time with Bernie.
But kudos for calling out the two county commissioners who did not strongly oppose 751 South. We finally have a chance to hold Howerton and Page accountable for their actions during that time.
Based on Howerton's and Page's poor judgment regarding this issue they should not be allowed to have a say in how Durham manages the incredible growth we're going to see over the next 6 years. That's going to effect me a heck of a lot more than whether it's Bernie or Hillary.
I bought a couple of these albums. Great stuff. Any chance of getting the mp3s so I can check out the bands I haven't seen?
Nice write-up. I was beginning to wonder if they were even having a Spring 2010 festival. It's a short 10 weeks away w/o any announcements of a schedule or even list of participating bands.
Cullum continues to be the jewel of the Indy. Great stuff!
Nice review. How was the crowd? Anyone under 30? Did the majority sit or stand for most of the show? I couldn't imagine seeing Kid Char w/o everyone up and dancing.
WTF does the Zappa lp cover have to do with this post?
I know I should be able to find this myself, but can someone post a link to a list of each representative's vote on this bill? Much appreciated.
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