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Parking Woes Drive Proactive Moves for Two Important Raleigh Galleries

Parking Woes Drive Proactive Moves for Two Important Raleigh Galleries

Adam Cave Fine Art and Lee Hansley Gallery are both moving to the fringe of downtown.

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Superheroines Historical and Fantastical Power Two Memorable Women's Theatre Festival Shows

Theater Decision Height and The Amazing Cunt & Lil' Bitch Take Raleigh both close this weekend.

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A Chapel Hill Indie Rocker Turned Mainstream Novelist Changes the Fear of Failure Into Success

Reading Adam O’Fallon Price, formerly the bassist for The Mayflies USA, launches his debut novel, The Grand Tour, at Flyleaf Books.

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Paperhand Puppet Intervention’s The Beautiful Beast Makes Merry With Monsters of Myth and Memory

Theater Paperhand’s annual summer pageant opens at Forest Theatre in Chapel Hill before moving on to NCMA in Raleigh and The Carolina Theatre of Greensboro.

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Horse & Buggy Press Marks Twenty Years of Artisanal Printing in a Page-Turner of an Art Show

Arts Feature After debuting at Cassilhaus, letterpress printer Dave Wofford’s mid-career retrospective runs at CAM Raleigh through Aug. 7.

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Can the Women’s Theatre Festival Fix Local Stages' Longstanding Gender Problem in a Month?

Theater The new festival devoted to theater written, directed, and produced by women opens with Occupy the Stage this weekend.

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I Wish You a Boat Saves Its Sympathy for Those in Steerage During a Fateful Shipwreck

Theater The second local production by Ward Theatre Company runs in Durham through Aug. 28.

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Pit Bulls May or May Not Be Dangerous. But Bronwen Dickey Can Attest That Writing About Them Definitely Is.

Reading The local author earned national praise and national rage for new book Pit Bull: The Battle Over an American Icon.

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In The Carrack’s Former Digs, Durham Artists Movement Creates a Safe Space for Diverse Voices

Visual Art The artist collective, which took over the last six months of The Carrack’s lease, opens its doors to the public.

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Two Brothers Funnel Their Nostalgia for Eighties-Era Durham Summers Into New Netflix Series Stranger Things

TV The Duffer brothers’ mystery miniseries even features Winona Ryder in a major role. So eighties!

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Embark on a Timely Voyage Into Immigration Issues in I Wish You a Boat

Theater Following the excellent Jacuzzi, Ward Theatre Company’s second Durham production sets sail this weekend.

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Great review! Fans of Decision Height and the Women's Theatre Festival may also want to check out The ArtsCenter's interview …

by The ArtsCenter on Superheroines Historical and Fantastical Power Two Memorable Women's Theatre Festival Shows (Theater)

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