It should be noted that Messrs. Swain and Mihaly were discussing the t-shirt in the hallway, *not* arguing, and that this incident was *separate* from the classroom argument between Mr. Swain and a different student, after which Greene alleged assault.
This Sunday, June 27th, you can find many of them all in one place!
4:00 - 7:30 at Durham's Central Park pavilion...
Well said, Mr. Neal.
Granted, my memories of Franklin Street only go back fifteen years or so... but I can't remember a point in time that it hasn't been in some state of flux. I'm glad to see the West End is doing well, but also have faith that vacancies on the other end will fill. It's due for a revamp/renaissance, and I understand the media supporting efforts to do so. However, in drawing attention to what Franklin Street lacks, we should not ignore or gloss over the businesses that are thriving.
I am surprised to see that the article I remembered reading in the Independent was published a year and a half ago. A new edition of a health newsletter I received today included the following link, which I thought I'd share: www.realmilk.com (A Campaign for Real Milk)
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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