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Women of Color Are "Particularly Burdened" by Gentrification in Durham

Women of Color Are "Particularly Burdened" by Gentrification in Durham

Student researchers looked at the gendered impacts of Durham's growth.
The Cave Closes on April 30 in Chapel Hill, Local 506 Changes Hands

The Cave Closes on April 30 in Chapel Hill, Local 506 Changes Hands

The Cave closes its doors for good after a six-month search for a buyer, while Local 506 will be run by two Triangle music scene vets.
Rakim & Eric B Show Off What it Means to Live and Breathe Hip-Hop

Rakim & Eric B Show Off What it Means to Live and Breathe Hip-Hop

The incendiary pair takes over The Ritz in Raleigh tonight.
Durand Jones & The Indications Spin Gold Out of Lo-Fi Origins

Durand Jones & The Indications Spin Gold Out of Lo-Fi Origins

Catch the quickly rising band Monday Night at the Cat's Cradle Back Room in Carrboro

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April 18, 2018
Vol 35, No 16

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<i>Foxtrot</i> Asks What Happens to a Society When It Considers Itself to Be Under Siege for Generations

Foxtrot Asks What Happens to a Society When It Considers Itself to Be Under Siege for Generations

Samuel Maoz’s gorgeous and tragic film opens in the Triangle on Friday, April 20.

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East Durham Bake Shop’s Ali Rudel Finds Pie Waiting at Every Fork in the Road of Her Life

East Durham Bake Shop’s Ali Rudel Finds Pie Waiting at Every Fork in the Road of Her Life

When some people are handed lemons, they make lemonade. Rudel makes ginger-lemon chess pie, to be exact.

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Kristin Clotfelter's Pensive Dance with Cardboard Boxes and Other Highlights of Tobacco Road's Annual Showcase

Kristin Clotfelter's Pensive Dance with Cardboard Boxes and Other Highlights of Tobacco Road's Annual Showcase

In another highlight, Alyssa Noble and Allie Pfeffer’s risible duet And We’re Back took a page from Monica Bill Barnes’s recent work, exposing the labor behind a polished dance.

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Roller Derby Evolved from a Violent Spectacle into a Genuine Competitive Sport for Women, Exploding in Popularity in North Carolina and Around the World

Roller Derby Evolved from a Violent Spectacle into a Genuine Competitive Sport for Women, Exploding in Popularity in North Carolina and Around the World

See the Triangle's own roller derby roustabouts, the Carolina Rollergirls, at Dorton Arena this weekend.

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