That was the result of an uploading error. It's been fixed. Thanks.
@JJB: I reiterate, this info came directly from the census, including the names of the languages. The numbers and languages were not broken down into more granular data, thus we could not reliably report it. This terminology is not the INDY's usage.
@Mike: This came directly from the Census. We did have to edit slightly for space, but we ran the full list in last year's Annual Manual.
@ProudlyUnaffiliated: How fortunate you are to live in such a shangri-la where there is no poverty, violence or hopelessness. However, this photo doesn't convey any of those states of being. It's a birthday party, a celebration for someone who has passed on. I see people like this every day; you should get out more often.
And your comment about Zimbabwe makes me think that this your statement is really a veiled commentary on race.
@ForeThoughts: This story was originally slated for a national publication but it was held for nearly a year before the rights to it were released; it was never published in that publication . So Barry and I agreed that the INDY would be an excellent fit for the piece.
Summer, I think it's clear that was what you meant. I understood that when you said and I when I reviewed the recording.
An extensive piece on South Durham is in our Eats guide. Also, Kat Benson, the author of the piece in the Durham Finder about places for families—all over the county—lives in South Durham.
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