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Re: “Triangle-Wide

Well played, Kerry :)

Posted by Brian Howe, INDY managing editor for arts & culture on 12/22/2016 at 8:04 AM

Re: “Triangle-Wide

Excellent venue with friendly staff and great acoustics. Drinks are a little pricey, otherwise Four Stars.

Free parking a plus. Private bathroom with your own personal toiletries a plus.

Note to editor: Event dates need to be updated to include Jan 1-3 performances of "Laying in Bed at Home."

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Posted by Kerry Goodman on 12/21/2016 at 10:03 PM

Re: “Jeanne Fredriksen

For further information or to pre-purchase plates, please call Kathy Fuerst at 919-554-4797.

Posted by JeanneEF on 09/06/2015 at 11:33 PM

Re: “Schwarz Plastic Surgery

If this is the best Aesthetic Surgeon in Raleigh in 2012 & 2013, why did his business fail in 2014?
Genuinely providing excellent patient service with integrity and competence never fails.

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Posted by Nakedtruth on 11/08/2014 at 12:14 AM

Re: “Hard Knocks

This just seems wrong. So many people are actually dying and being terrorized because of war. Treating it like a game and profiting from it doesn't seem like a good way to support kids with deployed parents (and they are not 'Lil Troops!' they are kids. ) Others are volunteering their time and money to encourage families not to buy war toys and turn our culture from a culture of violence. Hard Knocks seems to be exploiting peoples natural sympathy for military families (and perhaps guilt for failing to prevent them from being deployed needlessly) for their own promotion and profit. Of course the real war profiteers and play war profiteers have a symbiotic relationship. This sugarcoating of war helps perpetuate violence and is NOT in the redemptive spirit of the holidays! Military families would be better served by our questioning this superficial exploitation.

Posted by Roger Ehrlich on 12/18/2013 at 1:33 PM

Re: “Hillsborough Road Co-op

The best place to live cooperatively in the southeast. It's way better than the bog or cedar rock.

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Posted by TheCoop At Hillsborough Rd on 05/14/2012 at 6:57 PM

Re: “John Giusto, MD

Excellent MD.

Posted by aungirlnc on 07/24/2011 at 11:08 PM

Re: “Sacred Grounds Coffee House

The mission of Sacred Grounds is to reach out to the community and provide a safe, clean, peaceful atmosphere for people to come and enjoy a good cup of coffee, music and fun. All concerts, beverages and desserts are by donation. All are welcome!

Sacred Grounds Coffeehouse at
St. Paul United Methodist Church
2700 North Roxboro Street, Durham, 220-2458, artist free-will offering

Please join us at 7:30pm for the following concerts:

Saturday, Feb 12 - Kent Dixon - Singer/songwriter Kent Dixon combines easy listening originals and Contemporary Christian songs with a country feel.

Saturday, Feb 19 - Samuel Obie and Family - Multi talented Gospel Music Family. Samuel is joined by sister Paula and brothers Lyle, Ravon and Ricky - talented siblings doing what they should be, making wonderful music & melody to warm the heart.

Saturday, Feb 26 - Todd Parrott - Christian harmonica player, keyboardist and singer His appearances are not merely “performances”, but are opportunities for those present to be blessed as they open their hearts through singing and music.

Saturday, March 5 - String Peddlers - The String Peddlers are an acoustic band out of Raleigh, NC. composed of Stuart Gordon (sings and plays guitar, mandolin and harmonica), Bob Setzer (sings and plays harmonica, strumstick, mandolin and kalimba) and Bill Olding (sings and plays electric and acoustic guitars). They play an eclectic mix that could range from blues to reggae, from calypso to folk. You might hear mandolins, harmonicas, strumsticks, and even the occasional kalimba. Without missing a beat it could go from Johnny Cash, to Jimmy Reed, to the Melodians

Saturday, March 12 - Charlie McNeill - Charlie is home grown talent, having grown up at St. Paul UMC. He has appeared as a lead singer in four productions at Raleigh Little Theater. He is equally adept at country, pop and Progressive Christian songs.

Saturday, March 19 - Bethesda Bluegrass Band – Join us for this talented bluegrass band: Caleb plays bass, Jackson the banjo and guitar, Conner on mandolin, Holly on fiddle and Virginia on guitar. They have won multiple awards on the east coast, both as a band and individually.

Saturday, March 26 - Mike Poole - Mike is another of our multi-talented regulars. He has the best repertoire of old country favorites that we’ve had on our stage and he’s also an accomplished Southern Gospel singer. Mike often sings both genres and mixes with rapid-fire banter and funny stories and jokes

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Posted by Sacred Grounds Coffeehouse on 02/09/2011 at 11:11 PM

Re: “The Ashe House

There are 2 more artists displaying at the Ashe House. Celine Meador and Eric Saunders will be artists in addition to Michael Brady, Mirinda Kossoff, Jude Lobe, Pat Merriman, Katherine Nelson and Ellie Reinhold.

Posted by Standing Tall on 11/04/2010 at 11:40 AM

Re: “The Ashe House

Seven artists will be displaying their works for sale here Nov. 6 and 7, Nov 13 and 14. Saturdays 10-5pm. Sundays 12-5pm. Check out their site:

Posted by Standing Tall on 10/29/2010 at 3:56 PM

Re: “Walltown Children's Theatre

Walltown Children's Theatre is a great place for children to express and discover their creativity! The teachers are excellent and each child receives individual attention, Small classes, tutoring and a family atmosphere compliments this Durham gem!

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Posted by original on 08/17/2010 at 6:37 AM

Re: “Gingerbread LittleVersity

My child has been at Gingerbread LittleVersity for 3 years. Today I walked in and his teacher asked if I had a minute. Ms. Susan wanted to discuss her observations of my child with me personally. This usually happens in public school but not in a preschool setting. She went into detail about my child's adjustment to the classroom since moving up from the 2 year room three weeks ago, what he excelled at and some areas that we would work on together at home and in the classroom. To know that a teacher knows my child that well makes me feel completely confident leaving him so I may go to work everyday. Gingerbread ROCKS!

Posted by Dad on the Go on 06/07/2010 at 1:58 PM

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