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Re: “Visit Raleigh's little shop of horrors

Thanks, Brian! Zack is a great guy and we enjoyed having him in... I just think that he got a little excited. We don't fault him for that. We enjoy the Indy, and would welcome the chance to carry it in store.

Thanks again for your professionalism.

Warm regards,
R. Sterling

Posted by Mr.Sterling on 10/22/2014 at 4:03 PM

Re: “Visit Raleigh's little shop of horrors

Mr. Sterling, this is Zack's editor, Brian Howe -- I apologize for the error. Will correct the text now.

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Posted by Brian Howe, INDY arts & culture editor on 10/22/2014 at 4:00 PM

Re: “Visit Raleigh's little shop of horrors

Hi Zack, Rod here from the Little Leviathan.

I would like to make a very important correction to your article (and part of the reason I asked to see it before press). You list us as having a two headed *SEA TURTLE*. What you saw was a box turtle, not a sea turtle. Owning a sea turtle in any capacity is illegal.

We work closely with the NC Wildlife Enforcement officers to make certain that we are in full compliance with all state and federal laws, and will continue to do so in the future.

Thanks for the article, it was (mostly) great!

-R. Sterling, Proprietor

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Posted by Mr.Sterling on 10/22/2014 at 2:35 PM

Re: “Highway to Hell: Take a haunted house road trip

"Celebrity Pumpkins (Part 2)":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_peT8hd26s

The horror, the horror!

Posted by Roger Tyson on 10/22/2014 at 12:56 PM

Re: “A novel art hotel concept is coming to a historic downtown Durham building

I love that they took the sign off the top, it was originally designed not to have a sign.

Posted by Evan Gadow on 10/09/2014 at 3:16 PM

Re: “Durham's Horse & Buggy Press combines the oldest and latest printing techniques in unique books

Great article, and right on about what makes Dave's work at H&B stand out -- design sense + willingness and ability to work with the full range of available technologies. Thanks for shining some well-deserved light on his work specifically, and this kind of work in general.

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Posted by Josh Hockensmith on 10/09/2014 at 11:13 AM

Re: “Durham's Horse & Buggy Press combines the oldest and latest printing techniques in unique books

Big thanks to Brian Howe and The Indy for the article.
I did want to let folks know the Upfront Gallery is open EVERY Thursday and Friday from 11am–2pm if people are interested in checking out our work or the guest artist exhibits — and we will be open the next two Saturdays, Oct 11 and 18, from 9am-Noon.
Also, I will be giving an show and share talk at the downtown Durham County Library on Thursday, Dec 4 at 7:00pm and will have many books available for handling.

Dave Wofford | Horse & Buggy Press

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Posted by Dave Wofford on 10/08/2014 at 5:23 PM

Re: “Durham's Horse & Buggy Press combines the oldest and latest printing techniques in unique books

I enjoyed reading this article for the information about the printing process and our local artisian who is up to his inky finger nails in doing it his way, but i also was pleased and often amused by the writer of the article, or maybe it was really a story. I dunno.

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Posted by edkane on 10/08/2014 at 3:44 PM

Re: “A novel art hotel concept is coming to a historic downtown Durham building

Please put something back on the top of the building. It looks incomplete without something on top........maybe a rooftop bar surrounding a sphere?

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Posted by Scott Roberts on 10/08/2014 at 3:43 PM

Re: “Greta Garbo's extreme close-up, some fond farewells and an erased mural

So, did I miss the public meeting to be called by Caktus group? No? Did they ever intend to have one? A question for the intrepid reporters at the Indy...

Posted by EMD on 10/07/2014 at 5:13 PM

Re: “Hiroshi Watanabe's digital camera quietly probes mortality in The Day the Dam Collapses

The information on the reception is in the info box directly below Watanabe's photo.

Posted by Brian Howe, INDY arts & culture editor on 09/24/2014 at 10:06 AM

Re: “Hiroshi Watanabe's digital camera quietly probes mortality in The Day the Dam Collapses

There is a public reception for Hiroshi Watanabe's exhibition opening at Daylight on Friday, Sept. 26, 6-9pm. Daylight is located at 121 W. Margaret Lane, Hillsborough, NC 27278 (downtown, next to the public library).

https://www.facebook.com/events/813104828741032/?ref=22

Posted by daylight on 09/24/2014 at 9:47 AM

Re: “Little Green Pig's truncated version of Hamlet triumphs over venue travails

Despite decades of theater-going, including four separate full productions of Love's Labour's Lost (for some reason), this is my first time seeing Hamlet on stage. I knew I could count on LGP to knock it out of the park, which they did. Congratulation to all!

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Posted by ever&anon on 09/19/2014 at 12:57 PM

Re: “Little Green Pig's truncated version of Hamlet triumphs over venue travails

Nice Byron. Scuttles is a word I have missed and is invariably misused. Congratulations to all for rolling on and up.

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Posted by Mark Jeffrey Miller on 09/17/2014 at 6:36 PM

Re: “As big chains fold, Triangle indie bookstores thrive on the personal touch

Thanks Stacie and Sam. There is way too much going on in the Triangle to cover everything here (which is why living here is great), so the more events the merrier in the comments section.

Posted by Brian Howe, INDY arts & culture editor on 08/28/2014 at 11:03 AM

Re: “As big chains fold, Triangle indie bookstores thrive on the personal touch

the Bull's Head bookshop in Chapel Hill also has readings: i've posted a link to some of them here i hope that's okay.

https://www.facebook.com/bullsheadbookshop…

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Posted by Stacie Smith on 08/28/2014 at 10:52 AM

Re: “As big chains fold, Triangle indie bookstores thrive on the personal touch

... and Scott Westerfeld (Sep 24) and Jason Mott (Oct 1) ...

Posted by Sam M-B on 08/27/2014 at 4:49 PM

Re: “As big chains fold, Triangle indie bookstores thrive on the personal touch

Fantastic coverage of the great bookstores we have here. And totally awesome that Gibson is coming back to Durham for his new book!

Between now and the fall, some more excellent goings-on for bookish folks: Lev Grossman (Thursday Aug 28), John Scalzi (Aug 28 and Aug 29), Stuart Rojstaczer (Sep 11), Kim Harrison (Sep 12), John Darnielle (Sep 18 and 22), ...

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Posted by Sam M-B on 08/27/2014 at 11:42 AM

Re: “New roles and bold gambits in Triangle theater

That's corrected now, above. Thanks, Devra.

Posted by Byron Woods on 08/27/2014 at 10:57 AM

Re: “New roles and bold gambits in Triangle theater

Minor correction, please: The Common Ground Theatre fundraiser will be held Saturday, September 13th. Not the 3rd as listed in the article. Thanks.

Posted by stubborndev on 08/27/2014 at 10:08 AM

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