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GoTriangle officials are still studying the possibility of adding a 19th station to the Durham-Orange light-rail line. The proposed station would be at the Durham Performing Arts Center on Pettigrew Street in downtown Durham.
New school board members will oversee construction of Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools' Lincoln Center campus, which will replace the existing building with this new 2-story building housing offices and a pre-K center as well as an expanded Phoenix Academy. Artist's rendering.
At a small bench flanked by an industrial-size coffee roaster and five-gallon plastic buckets filled with coffee beans, Kyle Ramage, the 2017 U.S. Barista Champion, is meticulously pulling espresso shots. He's practicing under the watchful eye of Lemuel Butler, the 2016 U.S. Barista Champion.
I first got over Arcade Fire more than a decade ago. I guess you could say we peaked early.
The 5-year-old fine-dining restaurant will leave behind its elegant light-drenched dining room in the old Chatham Mills in Pittsboro and make its new home on Main Street in Carrboro, in the same building as the Cat's Cradle music venue. Chef Brendan Cox, who owns Oakleaf with his wife, Leslie, said the new space will have more room for a bar and lounge area, outdoor dining and a place for private events.
Durham mayoral and city council candidates participate in a "Durham People's Candidate Forum" at Hayti Heritage Center on Wednesday. Pictured from left are moderator Laila Nur and council candidates Cora Cole-McFadden, Brian Callaway, DeDreana Freeman, John Rooks Jr., DeAnna Hall, LeVon Barnes, Mark-Anthony Middleton, Dolly Reaves, Vernetta Alston, Shelia Huggins and Don Moffitt.
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