Thank you and best of luck with the book!
One thing that is unclear in the instructions. Approximately what dimensions should the dough be after the multiple folding process when the dough is cut into biscuits? Approximately what thickness?
The problem with East Franklin is too many businesses offering a crappy product. As the article points out, West Franklin businesses are doing just fine. Is rent cheaper, less filing of paperwork, lower taxes, more free parking, or fewer panhandlers on West Franklin? No! Downtown Durham is doing great. Where's the free parking there? Downtown Durham has a worse panhandling problem than East Franklin St. Yeah, School Kids closed but how does CD Alley still stay open? How does Cholanad, Sandwich, Med Deli, or 411 West thrive? By offering quality products at a fair price.
Taxes are high but the "overwhelming reasons to do so" are that Chapel Hill has the best school system in the state and isn't lined up with strip malls and big box stores. There's a reason people are willing to pay a high premium for housing and property taxes in Chapel Hill. If property taxes are so onerous then how are Carrboro businesses that the article points to so successful? Carrboro has the same tax rates Chapel Hill does.
If you can't afford this you can pick up the Kindle edition of the book for $9.18. And you don't need a Kindle, just install the Kindle Reader on Google Chrome.
Some more to add to this list. Arguably the coolest bar in town, The Republic, located between Whisky and Mateo. A new bar, Bar Lusconi, just opened downtown. Wine bars are missing from this list. Two that come to mind are West End Wine Bar and Six Plates. G2B has some of the most esoteric beer selections in town.
Oh, and why is Rush not listed?
It's a travesty not to have Besnard Lakes show at Cat's Cradle tonight on this list.
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