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Durham’s Public Housing Is Aging and Deteriorating. Is Partnering with Private Investors the Answer?

Most residents are unaware of the coming changes. Those who are are skeptical.
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Theater Review: Bare Theatre Breaks Out Stronger Stuff for Its Second Round of Drunken Shakespeare in Local Taverns

Theater Review: Bare Theatre Breaks Out Stronger Stuff for Its Second Round of Drunken Shakespeare in Local Taverns

ShakesBEER 2.0: The Bard Strikes Back hops around Triangle bars until December 22.
Senator Cory Booker Asks for the Release of a Department of Justice Memo on Thomas Farr’s Involvement in a Voter-Intimidation Scheme

Senator Cory Booker Asks for the Release of a Department of Justice Memo on Thomas Farr’s Involvement in a Voter-Intimidation Scheme

"It is clear to me that this memo is essential in determining whether Mr. Farr misled the Senate Judiciary Committee."
North Carolina Democratic Party Files Lawsuit Challenging the Legislature's Elimination of Judicial Primaries

North Carolina Democratic Party Files Lawsuit Challenging the Legislature's Elimination of Judicial Primaries

“Speaker Moore and Senate President Pro Tem Berger’s cynical move to eliminate judicial primaries deprives the people of North Carolina of their most fundamental right—the right to vote."
Let’s Make Sense of the Wake County Register of Deeds Mess

Let’s Make Sense of the Wake County Register of Deeds Mess

Also: holy crap, Doug Jones actually won! In Ala-freaking-bama!!
Indictments in Wake Register of Deeds Scandal Charge Laura Riddick with Embezzling $926,615

Indictments in Wake Register of Deeds Scandal Charge Laura Riddick with Embezzling $926,615

Riddick and three other Register of Deeds employees are charged in sixteen indictments related to money under their control.

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In <i>The Disaster Artist</i>, James Franco Does a Suspiciously Good Impression of a Bad Artist, but the Point Eludes Us

In The Disaster Artist, James Franco Does a Suspiciously Good Impression of a Bad Artist, but the Point Eludes Us

Franco's tribute to the making of a famously bad film, The Room, opens locally on Friday, Dec. 8.

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World-Champion Ice Skater and Fashion Designer Jannika Lilja Combines Her Talents to Boost the Triangle’s Synchronized Skating Scene

World-Champion Ice Skater and Fashion Designer Jannika Lilja Combines Her Talents to Boost the Triangle’s Synchronized Skating Scene

Lilja coaches and designs costumes for Triangle Formation, a regional synchro team with national aspirations.

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