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Reeves remembers Doug Marlette, who was killed at age 57 in a car accident in Mississippi in July 2007. Hillsborough resident Marlette was the author of the widely syndicated cartoon strip Kudzu.
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Metro Magazine (NoCar F 264 R1 M48), Vol. 8 Issue 8, Aug 2007, p25, il, por Periodical Website
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16795
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During the 1970s there were few quality restaurants in the Research Triangle Area; however, an event in the 1979 North Carolina General Assembly would soon change all that. It was the passage of an act to allow local jurisdictions to vote on whether they would allow the sale of mixed drinks. At the time most of the state counties were dry, but in wet counties restaurant diners were allow to \"brown bag,\" or bring their own liquor to the restaurant.
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19511
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Holden Thorps discusses his tenure as Chancellor of UNC, and the challenges he faced with budgets, the NCAA, and the increased corporatization of the university system.
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The Research Triangle Park houses over 40,000 employees in 25 million square feet of facilities that drive the region of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. Today, the RTP is re-imagining the famous research campus in reaction to modern trends in cooperation and open research.
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2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. With the controversy surrounding his death, comes a new mystery--a phone called placed by Lee Harvey Oswald to John D. Hurt in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Tennis began in North Carolina in the late 19th-century when a professor constructed a backyard court in the home of UNC President Kemp Plummer Battle. Thanks to the efforts of the North Carolina Tennis Foundation, the sport has spread through the state with now over 35,000 members.
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A review of the 60 Minutes interview with Obama served as a backdrop for an in depth examination of the former President’s ill-fated economic and health care policies. As noted by the author, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, plus Obamacare played decisive roles in the lingering aftermath of the Great Recession in the United States.
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35762
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Reeves’ noting the increasing importance that Pakistan played in Middle Eastern politics served as a backdrop for his commentary on America’s longstanding lack of interest in international affairs. Explanations for this disengagement included a reluctance to acknowledge the increasing vulnerability of the United States. Addendum to explanations are an insistence that Americans become better informed, with 9/11 offered as a warning for what can happen again, should isolationism continue to dominate.
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