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Fall for You: Our 2017 Fall Arts Guide

Ninety-seven. That's the number of events we've highlighted to make sure you have no excuse for FOMO this fall.
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Wake’s Troubled Register of Deeds Office Agrees to Audits Already Allowed under Existing Law

Wake’s Troubled Register of Deeds Office Agrees to Audits Already Allowed under Existing Law

The memorandum of understanding between the county and the Register of Deeds office changes nothing.
UNC Faculty Members Call for the Removal of Silent Sam

UNC Faculty Members Call for the Removal of Silent Sam

Meanwhile, students are calling for a boycott of UNC stores until the Confederate statue comes down.
Three Durham Mayoral Candidates Have Raised More Than $260,000. Where’s the Money Coming From?

Three Durham Mayoral Candidates Have Raised More Than $260,000. Where’s the Money Coming From?

We made interactive maps so you can see for yourself!
Durham Candidates Talk Gentrification, Policing, and Civil Rights at People's  Forum

Durham Candidates Talk Gentrification, Policing, and Civil Rights at People's Forum

The Durham People's Candidate Forum covered a lot of ground.

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FALL GUIDE

Fall for You: Our 2017 Fall Arts Guide

Ninety-seven. That's the number of events we've highlighted to make sure you have no excuse for FOMO this fall.

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September 13, 2017
Vol 34, No 38

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<i>Closer Than They Appear</i>

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Closer Than They Appear

Thu., Sept. 21, 7 p.m.

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Quest

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Wake County

Akounak Tedalat Taha Tazoughai

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Artificer: Recent Decisions in <i>The News & Observer</i>’s Arts Journalism Expose the Downside of “Reader-Focused Coverage”

Artificer: Recent Decisions in The News & Observer’s Arts Journalism Expose the Downside of “Reader-Focused Coverage”

Raleigh's paper of record has embraced the algorithm method and sworn off spinach. What does it mean for readers and the health of local arts?

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Fall into Films

Fab fall films beyond Star Wars and Justice League await.

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Fall into Music

Not sure where to start with concerts this fall? We can help with that.

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Fall into Art

Post-Abstraction Expressionist painting at the Nasher, fifty years of the Ebony Fashion Fair at NCMA, and more.

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