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Wasting Our Waste Wasting Our Waste In an area with rapid growth, why can't we recycle more construction materials? February 02, 2000
In Durham Elections, Endorsements Matter In Durham Elections, Endorsements Matter This year's primary created a guide showing how many votes different groups can deliver October 09, 2002
The iron is hot The iron is hot A long day at a country foundry January 03, 2007
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  • Developing original theater in Durham's old industrial spaces

    Liberty Warehouse opens its doors to local playwrights
      both hands theatre company have been making original theater for 10 years, but the play now under construction is their first to be designed for a specific site—in this case the Liberty Warehouse, Durham's longest-surviving tobacco warehouse.
  • Brightleaf at the Park sculpts a niche in the suburbs

    Artful living
      Charlotte-based developer Jim Medall and his wife, Vicki, are the creative sparkplugs driving the placement of public art at Medall's 2,150-unit Brightleaf at the Park development off U.S. 70 in eastern Durham County.
  • The iron is hot

    A long day at a country foundry
      While artists are known for maintaining urban workspaces, many forgo downtown apartments and greenways in favor of the studio outbuildings and green-everythings of the boondocks.
  • Light that fire

    The creative class and the "art of the impossible"
      When I first moved to Durham 22 years ago, a co-worker told me that the Triangle was the pat of butter on the bowl of grits that is North Carolina.

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