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Progressive news, culture and commentary for the Triangle (Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Chapel Hill, NC)
Progressive news, culture and commentary for the Triangle (Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Chapel Hill, NC)

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Breaking: Hillsborough's Mystery Brewing Company (and its brewpup) will close.
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Montessori School of Raleigh leader Nancy Errichetti was told a teacher had inappropriately touched one of his students. She didn’t report it. Should she go to prison?
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A Triangle resident says it she's sent back to Honduras, her ex could kill her.
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A gay teacher in a red state learns to thread a needle between safety and authenticity. "When your district-mandated mentor says 'personal life', they mean yer sinnin'; abhorrent fetishes like atheism, queerness, and science."
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Ken Ludwig's light, lively take on Robin Hood has a moving political message for today. Plus, PlayMakers gets off campus with a streamlined, mobile MacBeth.
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Tamale Factory and Tequila Bar brings a taste of the Yucatan to Durham. Just past Duke Hospital, Margaritte Malfy is cooking up lively sauces and fresh, flavorful tamales.
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Jazz and bluegrass have more in common than even entrenched fans might expect. For one, both have rich cultural histories as distinctly American strains of music, originating from and for the poor and working-class South: jazz in New Orleans, bluegrass in Kentucky. https://buff.ly/2NJ36Ku @aocfest #WOB2018
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Wake Commissioner Greg Ford wants to blaze a trail for future LGBTQ leaders.
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With courage and changing times, Indulge Catering's owners have made their identities an asset. https://buff.ly/2xRPnGs
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Now under new management and rebranded as Pride: Durham, NC, the festival is focused on transparency and inclusivity.
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