November 12, 2014
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Laura Ritchie lets artists do it their way—and keep all their money—at The Carrack Modern Art
The Beat Making Lab teaches hip-hop as a revolutionary tool, at home and abroad
Girls Rock NC shifts the rock band dialogue, one summer camp at a time
Leah Wilks leads the charge to consolidate the energies and resources of local dancemakers
Samuel Montgomery-Blinn unites the many realms of North Carolina sci-fi and fantasy literature
Van Alston uses his bars and bank account to boost bands
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