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Posted by Dorel Clayton on 06/16/2017 at 8:13 AM
Posted by Chris Tiffany on 06/15/2017 at 2:24 PM

Re: “Theater Review: The Amusing Tea with Edie & Fitz Strains to Make Hay From a Gin-Soaked Dust-Up Between Edith Wharton and F. Scott Fitzgerald

The photo in this article is of Jackson Cooper and Katie Barrett, as F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda, not of Rachel Klem, who played Edith Wharton in the production.

Posted by David Akiva Klionsky on 06/15/2017 at 1:31 PM

Re: “An Apex teen dies of an overdose of synthetic LSD

Hi Liang Chen! If you're interested in psychedelic research, check out the organization MAPS (Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies). Aside from certain uses in the psychiatric sphere, one medical use for psilocybin mushrooms that I found really interesting is in the treatment of cluster headaches. They also have studied using MDMA in the treatment of PTSD among other things. Anyways, if you're interested check out

Posted by William Lewis on 06/15/2017 at 10:14 AM

Re: “After Being Detained at RDU Under Suspicion of Being a Predator, a Local Gay Dad Is Fighting Back

The flight attendent was only doing his job at identitying predators and human trafickers
Don't be so quick to be hatefull

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Posted by dereknereuNC on 06/15/2017 at 4:51 AM

Re: “Raleigh’s City Council Ballot Begins Filling Out

Edie Jeffreys is on the Planning Commission and I don't believe she plans to run in District E.

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Posted by Carole Meyre on 06/14/2017 at 11:18 PM

Re: “How to Win Friends and Gerrymander People: A Redistricting Timeline!

Fabulous graphic!

Posted by Cristel Gutschenritter Orrand on 06/14/2017 at 9:21 PM

Re: “A divisive street-improvement plan raises questions about Raleigh’s citizen-petition process

For anyone wishing to keep up with the latest news about the Lorimer Road project, there's a new-ish public Facebook Group dedicated to the subject, here:…

Please have a look - and consider joining! Thanks.

Posted by David Simonton on 06/14/2017 at 8:11 PM

Re: “Victor Ekpuk’s Divine Mural at the North Carolina Museum of Art Heralds New Life for Its African Galleries

Great work of art, the work is "nulli secundus" coming from Incredible Ekpuk !


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Posted by david sodade on 06/14/2017 at 6:40 PM

Re: “Chapel Hill Native Andrew Weathers Hops from Oakland to a Tiny Texas Town in Pursuit of New Musical Experiments

Great story about a fine couple with a meaningful dream. Pulling for you all the way, Andrew and Gretchen!

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Posted by Jeff Korsmo on 06/14/2017 at 5:01 PM

Re: “Best of the Triangle 2017 Voting Results - Eat & Drink

Jesus Vasquez -

This is Victoria Bouloubasis, INDY's food editor.

Your comments raise important and interesting questions about cultural appropriation, the definition and boundaries of authenticity, and the dynamics of power in our restaurant culture and overall food system. If you'd like, you may explore the various ways in which we've reported about this in the past. I've pasted links to those stories below. I agree with some of your points about the selections that our readers made, which is why I wrote about it above. I also make it a point in my writing to feature food voices that are normally not given agency, and I hope you explore that on our site and in our upcoming pages.

To your point about Luna, because I have thought about their motives and looked into their framework, I must disagree with you. In fact, you are incorrect in stating they have done nothing for the community. They make regular donations to community organizations, including the very necessary El Futuro, which assists uninsured immigrants with mental health resources.

There is complexity in this debate, which is a welcome challenge for me as a writer and editor. I'm happy to know that readers like you care. I hope you'll consider the nuances, too, because we shouldn't ever paint these issues with a broad brush.

Feel free to email me if you'd like: vbouloubasis [at]

INDY Week pieces on the issues you mention:

The Food Truck Boricua Soul Raises Interesting Questions About Authenticityand Now, Answers Them…

Exploring the Downside of Food Culture's Authenticity Obsession with Jose and Sons' Oscar Diaz…

Luna Rotisserie joins the esteemed area ranks of international appreciation and local application…

Un Buen Carnicero…

FARE Project mixes documentaries and food…

I would also encourage you to pick up a copy of EATS, which is not yet online but available on stands.

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Posted by victoria_foodeditor on 06/14/2017 at 2:59 PM

Re: “Chicken Bridge Bakery Feeds Bodies and Minds with Baked-In Messages of Resistance and Solidarity

Jesus Vasquez - I don't want to speak for Monica Segovia-Welsh, featured in this story as one-half of the business, but I hope you realize this is not just a white man's operation.

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Posted by victoria_foodeditor on 06/14/2017 at 2:42 PM

Re: “Chicken Bridge Bakery Feeds Bodies and Minds with Baked-In Messages of Resistance and Solidarity

As for the previous post, please explain the difference between "appropriating" and celebrating/appreciating different cultures.

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Posted by Barbara 2 on 06/14/2017 at 2:18 PM

This happens in all cities. Nothing new, even gentrification. You have to look at two things: cities that are run by Democrats and the public school system. If schools started teaching basics again, vs. how to be LGBT compliant, then perhaps students will be able to acquire gainful employment.

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Posted by Barbara 2 on 06/14/2017 at 2:02 PM

Re: “Chicken Bridge Bakery Feeds Bodies and Minds with Baked-In Messages of Resistance and Solidarity

Another White boy appropriates Latino culture. But it's cool, cause he's against HB2, supports the protestors at Standing Rock, and has Arabic on his bread.

White liberals, ladies and gentlemen.

It's cool to exploit the cultures and traditions of other races and the Indy will give you favorable press coverage so long as you signal your for gay marriage!


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Posted by Jesus Vasquez on 06/14/2017 at 1:18 PM

Re: “A Bill to Regulate the Practice of Hunting Deer with Dogs Stalls, But the Contentious Debate Continues

I support any legal form of hunting, and having recently moved to eastern NC, that includes dog hunting. That being said, it seems to be necessary in this situation to "police your own". If you know people don't like the practice already, and you're still letting dogs run all over private land and such, you're going to create more problems for yourselves. There's a large national forest right outside our town, and from what I've heard, it's become difficult to hunt because everyone runs dogs. I won't be "still" hunting this year because the likely hood of being shot is too high in an area with so many dog hunters waiting along the roads watching for a running deer to come across. Don't get me wrong enjoy a good morning in a treestand as well, but I will be bummed not being able to stalk through the woods. I don't want to see dog hunting disappear, and I would even like to try it once just for the experience- however people need to realize what's going on and get their dogs and situations under control before the WRC or state legislation is forced to make those regulations.

Posted by Josiah Wise on 06/14/2017 at 1:00 PM

Re: “The Book of Henry Is a Blatant Tearjerker Whose Elaborate Plot Serves a Useless Solution

Thanks for spoiling the movie. Just because you didn't like it doesn't mean you have to ruin it for everyone else.

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Posted by Carly L. on 06/14/2017 at 11:55 AM

Re: “Raleigh’s City Council Ballot Begins Filling Out

Make sure to include the incumbent's platform without including the challenger's. It's cool Not-So-Indy Weekly. I'll get my message out the hard way. Homelessness, Attainable housing, and improved police public interaction are on my docket.

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Posted by Olen Leo Watson III on 06/14/2017 at 11:26 AM

where was the Indy on the light rail discussion.Its part of the same trend - serving gentrification

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Posted by Bonnie Hauser on 06/14/2017 at 10:18 AM

Gentrification has pushed people out of often below code poor housing into worse or no housing. Durham is and always has been a very bad place to be poor. You're born poor here and you die poorer. Once the homes poor people lived in finally got fixed up they got thrown out of them. Bill Bell did awful on this but it's about all of us.

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Posted by Sandee Washington on 06/14/2017 at 9:58 AM

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