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Re: “Magician's Hand Practice, Reflex Arc

Grreat band

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Posted by Thomas Bradsher Womack on 07/23/2017 at 2:43 AM

Re: “Dog Days Dance Party

Always a great vibe at nightlight! Breaking out my dancing shoes for this one!

Posted by Kevin Bullick on 07/18/2017 at 9:12 PM

Re: “Dog Days Dance Party

Super excited about this. Going to be a great night of house music and dancing!

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Posted by Tj Ward 1 on 07/18/2017 at 12:33 PM

Re: “The Holy Rose

The Holy Rose
Crystal Shop, Spiritual Supply Store & Witchery !
If you can't make it in just give us a call with your needs and we will mail to you.

The Holy Rose was created to benefit the entire community, regardless of one's spiritual belief or religious practice. We have Books, Herbs, Metaphysical Item's, Readers, Tarot, Crystals, Spell Bags, Candles, Voodoo, Oils, Hoodoo, Root Work, Reiki, and Healing.

You will always find a smile and people willing to assist you in your search. So whether you come in for a crystal, to get a reading, with a grocery list of needed supplies, or just to sit on one of our comfy red sofas to read or pray in front of the alter, our goal is to make you always feel welcome.
The response my husband John and I have received upon opening in May 2013 has been nothing short of heartwarming and joy filled. We would like to thank each and every one of you who have joined us here and reaffirmed our belief that when you build something with laughter, love and an open heart... It can not be anything but successful.
We look forward to serving the Raleigh Metaphysical community for many years to come.
One in Peace, Love and Spirit. -Rose-

Posted by Priestess Rose on 07/04/2017 at 11:13 AM

Re: “The Refectory Cafe

The Refectory is no longer on the Duke Campus. Their new, permanent location is on Chapel Hill Blvd, and yes they are open for dinner at night.

Their vast selections of local, organic, vegan, and sustainable fish and meat offerings are outstanding. This place is a treasure. I adore going there for a long, leisurely Sunday brunch, or bringing out of town guests, to pampered with table service at night.

And the desserts are incredible. A true Durham treasure.

Posted by Beth Owl's Daughter on 06/14/2017 at 11:37 AM

Re: “Ashee Ethiopian Cuisine

This is now called Awaz and it's a charming little spot. I have spent about a month in Ethiopia and Eritrea and lived off their food 24/7 while in those countries. My second date with my now long term girlfriend was at an Ethiopian restaurant. I think for a white guy, I can speak pretty well to quality and this place is by far the best option we have in the Triangle, and really, one of the better ones in North America (DC is the Mecca for this cuisine, but Seattle holds its' own, too!).

I'm from Montreal and grew up eating steak tartars, so naturally I'm a big lover of kitfo, which is like Ethiopian steak tartare. You need to really trust a restaurant to eat food like that, which was NO problem for me. All the injera you need (teff grain based bread), some good sides like shiro, a lentil dish which is as comforting to me as homemade food from mom. Yes, I know my mother is not Ethiopian, it's just DAMN good.

There's a good menu, decent enough selection of wines/beers/typical cocktails. Don't go here thinking you'll have a renaissance with booze, but you will have a great meal.

Posted by ZGF on 05/13/2017 at 6:27 PM

Re: “Thank You Scientist, Bent Knee, Kiss the Curse

I've gone to about 20 or 30 concerts a year for the past five years and this was by far one of the most special. I have never seen two bands love and support each other like Bent Knee and Thank You Scientist. The affection was contagious and the unusual stage presence each band brought was refreshing and engaging. The music was beautiful and haunting; depressing and danceable, masterfully crafted and sincere. I hope they both come back.

Posted by Noseflute Fan on 05/13/2017 at 12:27 PM

Re: “VFW Post 7383

My name is Amy Sullivan and I am proud to be a member of the VfW Post 7383 in Cary, NC. My mom and dad were members of the VFW for many years. My mom was Past President two times of a VFW lLadies Auxiliary post, not this VfW post in particular, but they enjoyed very much being members of VFW Post 7383. My mom and dad were active members in the post as is my daughter Stacy Mcdade. Stacy has a son named Brayden who is six years old. He attends many VFW events in which are great learning experiences. Brayden wears his great grandfathers favorite hat in which hangs off it medals for bravery that were presented to his great grandfather who was a WWII veteran who served in North Africa and Korea. My dad instilled in me to stand up for your rights and that freedom is not a given many sacrificed their lives so we can enjoy our freedom, The members of the VFW Post 7383 does such great work in helping veterans and their familes which include many great fundraisers. One of which is special to me the Cancer Walks we participated in which my daughter Stacy Mcdade helped in planning and implementing them. I am very proud of my daughters accomplishments. Stacy does not know that I am writing this article. A friend of my daughter has cancer and has a son close age to Brayden. I was hoping she would join the post as she contributed some meaningful signs that are used at some of our events. The news of this friends cancer brought back a memory to me of a woman named Alana Giordano who was fighting cancer and a custody battle in which a Judge named Nancy Gordon listened to a custody evaluator named Helen Brantley state to the effect that the children should live with their father in a world free of cancer and illness. judge Nancy Gordon listened to the evlauator Nancy Gordon no longer serves as a family court Judge in the court in Durham, nc but I believe only as a visiting court judge. . Veterans have many illnesses including cancer so if a Veteran would have been in Nancy Gordons court battling cancer in a custody case or other illness whoever didnt have the illness or cancer should win. I was reading that Nancy Gordon was trying to get a veterans court I believe it was that if veterans commit a certain crime they would go to this court and perhaps be assigned someone to help them as they may need mental help. She also made reference that some are homeless. Veterans need jobs perhaps we can focus on getting them a job education etc. Veterans follow the law i suggest that Nancy Gordon should do the same in reading about the veteran court which I read a lot of articles on Veterans as my parents did I came across Nancy Gordon business of selling baskets filled with different things which include liquor. I followed this up and Nancy Gordon was issued a violation and abc commission is investigating . I have a copy of the violation. No one is above the law . VFW Post 7383 is a wonderful post that does such good work.

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Posted by VFW on 05/13/2017 at 4:16 AM

Re: “A Piece of My Heart

I found "A piece of my heart" to be an intense look at the lives of a diverse group of incredible women. The time spend was very enjoyable although it left me with a new found concern for all the Vets that return from serving on our behalf. I was amazed and spellbound by the intensity performances and the creativity on the stage. I would highly recommend that one put this play on your list of activities in May.

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Posted by Hamlet1 on 05/08/2017 at 11:00 AM

Re: “Cherry Pie

Cherry pie is kool

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Posted by Zacourie Jackson on 05/01/2017 at 9:21 PM

Re: “Neomonde Bakery & Deli

Neomonde had an official name change recently. We are no longer Neomonde Bakery & Deli. We are now Neomonde Mediterranean.

Posted by Neomonde Mediterranean on 04/27/2017 at 3:04 PM

Re: “Leesville Tap Room

BEST WINGSSSS

Posted by Nadeem Sider on 04/25/2017 at 3:54 PM

Re: “The Loop Pizza Grill

Good food, quick service, great prices. Pizzas are great, but so are the salads, wraps, and burgers. If you are hungry, don't want to waste time, but don't want inferior 'fast food' or overpriced offerings from 'trendy' restaurants, give The Loop a try. You'll be glad you did.

Posted by Colliam7 on 04/25/2017 at 12:15 PM

Re: “Manbites Dog Theater

Small theatre company with more love and sweat put into the productions than money. The play selection is always thoughtful and engaging; the casts are bold and wide open; the experience is demonstrably enjoyable and affordable. Plus, they serve coffee, beverages, and snacks! Bring a friend or four or five!

Posted by tehgreatmoustachio on 04/24/2017 at 4:10 PM

Re: “The Palace International

An amazing Family Owned restaurant that has been around since 1989 in Durham
Great Vegan food and South African wine

Posted by snochola on 04/21/2017 at 10:30 AM

Re: “Submerged

Hey Indy Week!!!

Thanks so much for the mention of my name in this article, I appreciate the support SO much!

URGENT REQUEST:
Please include all exhibiting artists in the article!
We would all LOVE the recognition and full support of all artists exhibiting.
Chryssha Guidry, Stephen Lindberg, Brett Morris, Cassie Ott, Ian Tate, and Zak Weinberg

The show opens tonight!!

Is it possible to edit this article to include all exhibiting artist names and release a new link today??
Let me know!

Many, many thanks!

Britt Flood

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Posted by Britt Flood on 03/03/2017 at 9:13 AM

Re: “Le Weekend, Organos, No One Mind

this band is the shit. https://leweekend.bandcamp.com/music

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Posted by Matt T on 12/07/2016 at 10:17 AM

Re: “Manuel Rosa

https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R1OZAHKO9O96HI/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0578179318


5.0 out of 5 stars A real game changer in our understanding of the dynamics associated with the Age of Discovery, October 1, 2016
By Peter J. Piaseckyj
Verified Purchase(What's this?)
This review is from: COLUMBUS - The Untold Story (Paperback)
Many reviewers call Mr. Rosa’s history of Christopher Columbus “an alternative portrait … and... historical revisionism”.
Manuel Rosa has written a real game changer in our understanding of the dynamics associated with the Age of Discovery. It is a paradigm shifting history book on Columbus and his discoveries. The book is definitive and based on too many primary sources to have reviewers call his work historical revisionism, more precisely, it is a serious correction to the misinformation propagated by respected and serious historians.

As a Master Mariner, Captain and navigator, as well an avid student of the “Age of Discovery”, I was just mesmerized by the detailed and fascinating information based on primary sources, not looked at by previous historians/biographers.

Mr. Rosa finally gives us a true picture of the “Age of Discovery”, loosely defined as the European historical period from the 15th century to the 18th century, marking the time in which extensive overseas exploration emerged as a powerful factor in European culture and globalization.

Capt. Peter J. Piaseckyj
Master Mariner of Ocean Steam or Motor Vessels of Any Gross Tons, United States Merchant Marine, Document No. USA000110542

Posted by Manuel Rosa on 10/01/2016 at 10:25 PM

Re: “Gabo: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez

DOCUMENTARY FILM GABO. FREE
THE CREATION OF GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ. JUSTIN WEBSTER.
90 MIN. 2015. COLOMBIA. 09.29 | THURSDAY.
NELSON MANDELA AUDITORIUM, FEDEX GLOBAL EDUCATION CENTER,
UNC-CHAPEL HILL. 6 PM
INTRODUCED BY IVÁN GRANADOS HAY.
OFFICIAL PERSONAL LIBRARIAN OF GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ
DIRECTLY FROM MEXICO.
OPENING RECEPTION (MUSIC & FOOD) FILM IMMEDIATELY AFTER.

Posted by Crece Latino on 09/29/2016 at 8:22 AM

Re: “Maccountant

This was so good. Very clever and very funny.

Posted by Geoff Dunkak on 09/07/2016 at 12:02 PM

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