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Area documentarians tell true mountain tales in second Professor Diablo's True Revue 

There was a time when the federal government undertook great projects that aimed to better the lives of its citizens, from the campaign to eradicate polio and the establishment of the Social Security Administration to the race to put a man on…

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Just to be clear, TROSA Thrift Store does still have to pay to dispose of many items that are unsellable. …

by Jeff Stern on A New Thrift store at the Scrap Exchange Might Seem Redundant, But It’s Good for the Future of the Nonprofit—And the Triangle (Arts Feature)

Ed's condescending comments make me want to play Beatles songs on the ukulele.

by Cash Cheque on The PIT Wants to Fill the Disgraced DSI Comedy Theater's Void. But Will It Just Replicate the Same Toxic Culture? (Arts Feature)

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