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Yo Quiero WTF: Raleigh’s New Taco Bell Cantina Doesn’t Suck as Bad as You Think

Yo Quiero WTF: Raleigh’s New Taco Bell Cantina Doesn’t Suck as Bad as You Think

Just embrace it on its own terms, would you?
Donald Trump Wants to Eviscerate the Public’s Trust in Journalism. If He Succeeds, Our Democracy Is at Risk.

Donald Trump Wants to Eviscerate the Public’s Trust in Journalism. If He Succeeds, Our Democracy Is at Risk.

If we want to a free and vigorous media, the kind that democracy demands, we’re going to have to defend it ourselves.
Durham Housing Authority Taking Applications for Housing Voucher Waiting List

Durham Housing Authority Taking Applications for Housing Voucher Waiting List

During the last application period two years ago, 6,500 people applied for 1,500 spots on the list.
Theater Review: Seed Art Share's Immersive <i>The Miracle Worker</i> Reconnected Us with a Midcentury Theater Classic

Theater Review: Seed Art Share's Immersive The Miracle Worker Reconnected Us with a Midcentury Theater Classic

Here's hoping for another run of director Dustin Britt's take on the Helen Keller story at The Borden Building—or some equally novel site—in Raleigh.
Theater Review: A Faded but Formidable, Distinctly Carnivorous Maria Callas Draws Operatic Blood in <i>Master Class</i>

Theater Review: A Faded but Formidable, Distinctly Carnivorous Maria Callas Draws Operatic Blood in Master Class

Theatre Raleigh's production of the Terrence McNally drama runs at Kennedy Theatre through Sunday, Aug. 19.

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Vol 35, No 33

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Could Four Missing Words From a Proposed Constitutional Amendment Render the Governor Powerless Without Anyone Realizing It?

Could Four Missing Words From a Proposed Constitutional Amendment Render the Governor Powerless Without Anyone Realizing It?

Democrats—and the General Assembly’s nonpartisan Legislative Analysis Division—say a loophole could allow the legislature to circumvent the veto whenever it wanted

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On the Upside, <i>Crazy Rich Asians</i> Is a Genuine Cultural Milestone. On the Downside, It's ... Not That Good?

On the Upside, Crazy Rich Asians Is a Genuine Cultural Milestone. On the Downside, It's ... Not That Good?

The overdue Asian-American-led rom-com opens in Triangle theaters this Friday, Aug. 17.

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