By Jeffrey C. Billman
April 4, 2018 10:08 am
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Sarah, Beg to differ. HT http://www.womennc.org/un-csw-fellowship/2… WomenNC proudly announces its 2017-18 CSW Fellows! We …
by Harris Tweed on Women of Color Are "Particularly Burdened" by Gentrification in Durham (News)
Harris Tweed, the Capstone program is a UNC program. Thanks for reading! https://publicpolicy.unc.edu/academics/exp… …
by swillets on Women of Color Are "Particularly Burdened" by Gentrification in Durham (News)
Sounds like hitting the accelerator on gentrification and push out. More hand outs for developers.
by M 1 on The Opportunity Zone Tax Incentive Is Supposed to Help Distressed Areas. See Which Parts of Durham Are Up for It. (News)
Capstone Fellows are part of http://WomenNC.org, a 501c3 non-profit. They do not appear to be UNC Fellowships …
What is the answer?
by Sharon Mullen on Local Activists Condemn the Detention of Up to Twenty-Five Undocumented Immigrants Across the Triangle (News)
The finalists were chosen by readers during the nominating portion of the Best Of balloting.
by Jeffrey Billman on INDY Week Best of the Triangle 2018 (Intro)
Agree about the exclusion of Fleet Feet. They have 3 local stores and sponsor many running groups, etc. I use …
by Betty-Boyd Hardy on INDY Week Best of the Triangle 2018 (Intro)
Sal is the man. He always delivers and the atmosphere is amazing.
by Brian B on Vic's Italian Restaurant (Wake County)
A great little family Italian restaurant. Good menu. Quiet setting. Good service. …
by Anthony Dean Morgan on Pulcinella's Italian Restaurant (Durham County)
Indy Week • 320 E. Chapel Hill St., Suite 200, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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