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I meant to catch this a while ago but "Pirate Love" is a song by the Heartbreakers, not the Dolls...just …
by gojiku13 on Monday 3.22 (8 Days a Week)
Add Gal Costa to Duke's Brazil music legend column. Costa was here, in Reynolds Theater, this fall. Her …
by Aaron Greenwald on Sunday 3.14 (8 Days a Week)
Re: Howard Sherman's painting - the artist has informed me:
"FYI - I no longer have a day job …
by Amy White on Friday 3.05 (8 Days a Week)
This show is amazing! You will laugh and laugh! Very controversial for those who are conservatives! You will love it! …
by DMB on Friday 2.26 (8 Days a Week)
We seem to be the only culture on earth who discards our entertainers at the first signs of maturity, in …
by gannamede on Sunday 2.14 (8 Days a Week)
As an exercise in futility, I write to Thom about once a month. His answers are always very long and …
by margaretS on Thom Tillis, Textbook Definition of a Schmuck, Says Goldman Sachs Is a Champion of the "Little Guys" (News)
A response to the open letter: http://www.counterpunch.org/2017/03/24/an-open-letter-to-duke-universitys-class-of-2007-about-your-open-letter-to-stephen-miller/
by fanonscholar on In an Open Letter, 2,943 Fellow Duke Alumni Ask Trump Senior Adviser Stephen Miller How He Became Such a Horrible Person (News)
We went here with friends one evening before the theatre. Best New Orleans food we have found in the Raleigh. …
by Dee Oberle on The Big Easy (Wake County)
Everything very unprofessional. They just want to charge you an "revolutionary fee" with all the service making pressure on you. …
by feullies on Blue Note Grill (Durham County)
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