Great writeup. I'm excited for this season and happy that the Bulls are keeping up their gem of a ballpark.
One can argue that the DBAP was the anchor for the ATC and started the downtown transformation.
That would be so cool to have the IBMA move here. Let's do it!
Thank you Marianne for booking the best acts. Every time I get excited because my favorite bluegrass / newgrass / singer-songwriter / Americana act is in town, it's because you brought them here.
It's so great that Durham is recognized as a food town. My faves are Watts Grocery, Rue Cler, and Thai Cafe.
Music in Durham is a good thing regardless. I hope they can pull from national touring club-sized acts.
This bill strikes me as protecting the private sector, but the reason Wilson and Salisbury created their networks was because the private sector wasn't moving fast enough or charged too much.
I for one would welcome more competition as I feel this industry has very little of it. Why would the legislature create a bill prohibiting competition by government entities?
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