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)
I'm sorry to see that Fleet Feet (a locally owned business) is not an option for Best Running Store. How …
by jillohere on INDY Week Best of the Triangle 2018 (Intro)
Removing a candidate's signs is a criminal offence -- one of many forms of voter suppression in Durham. …
by Chris Tiffany on Progress Is This Way: Fine, Get Mad About Trump. But Local Elections Matter More. (Our Endorsements)
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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