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Meet the Winners of the 2017 Indies Arts Awards

In one of the most tumultuous years in recent memory, we're especially grateful to those who made the Triangle's art scene better and more just.
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The Problem with N.C.’s Religious Exemption Law

The Problem with N.C.’s Religious Exemption Law

Also, the Senate tax bill could have profound implications for the climate.
Analysis: Under GOP Tax Plan, Tens of Thousands of Triangle Residents Would Lose Health Care Coverage

Analysis: Under GOP Tax Plan, Tens of Thousands of Triangle Residents Would Lose Health Care Coverage

In Congressman David Price's district, an estimated 35,400 could wind up without coverage.
Weaver Street Market Co-op Opening in Downtown Raleigh

Weaver Street Market Co-op Opening in Downtown Raleigh

It will be interesting to see how the Raleigh spot shapes up, since this hyper-local market will be neighbors with Urban Outfitters.
Durham City Council Lays Out Plan for Filling Vacant Seat

Durham City Council Lays Out Plan for Filling Vacant Seat

Applications are due December 19.
"DACA Is Gone, But We're Still Here": Youth Activists Stage a "Death of DACA" Rally in Downtown Raleigh

"DACA Is Gone, But We're Still Here": Youth Activists Stage a "Death of DACA" Rally in Downtown Raleigh

"We have gathered here today to mourn the loss of the beloved dreams and futures of eight hundred thousand people. These dreams were too young to die in the hands of those currently in Washington DC."

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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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