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Two employees of the Department of Public Safety have received federal subpoenas from a grand jury in connection with the death of mentally ill inmate Michael Anthony Kerr. Since Kerr’s death casued by dehydration, 9 prison workers have been fired, 2 have resigned, and another 20 to 30 were disciplined. The Department of Public Safety has also assigned a new administrator to Alexander Correctional and will begin rolling out a series of reforms for inmates with mental illnesses. Changes in policy and the new reforms are detailed.
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This week in Washington, DC, the US Supreme Court heard the case of Heien vs. North Carolina which tests Fourth Amendment protections against unconstitutional searches. Its decision has national implications for police officers who are often immune from punishment for misinterpreting the law and illegally searching an individual. Civil liberties advocates are watching this case closely as it could cause illegal traffic stops to spike if police are not held accountable for misinterpreting the law.
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Horse & Buggy Press in Durham combines the oldest and latest printing techniques in unique books. Founder Dave Wofford started the press in 1996 and creates books that are entirely hand-printed, entirely machine-printed or a hybrid of the two. He collaborates closely with authors to create small runs of books that are self-published and allow for more artistic freedom in the printed book through images, the paper, the type, and the layout.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 31 Issue 41, October 2014, p18-19 Periodical Website
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David Need is a religion professor at Duke who recently published a translation of Rainer Maria Rilke’s (1875-1926) poetry. The publication was a collaboration between Need, Durham’s Horse & Buggy Press, and artist Clare Johnson. The 500 copy letter-pressed edition focuses on Rilke’s rose poems about beauty love. Need, his printer, and Johnson attempted to reflect that by making a beautiful book that included the French originals with translations and original drawings.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 31 Issue 41, October 2014, p22-23 Periodical Website
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Letter press printing is described and pictured step-by-step in this photo journal. Durham’s Horse & Buggy Press’ Dave Wofford prints the cover for a forthcoming book called Phototorist from Carrboro imprint Daniel 13.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 31 Issue 41, October 2014, p18-19 Periodical Website
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The growing Latino community in the Triangle area and US has caused the market for Latin American music to grow over the past decade. This has highlighted the need to expand Spanish-speaking programming in the Triangle. Often, many Latin Americans have to travel great distances to attend concerts and events. Jorge Zuluaga and Juan Chavez recently created a production company called Raleigh Sonica to help produce a variety of programs that show diversity within the Spanish-speaking world and appeal to the Spanish-speaking community.
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Raleigh resident Kaitlyn Goalen is co-publisher and editor of the Short Stack cookbook series. Each entry in the series is devoted to one ingredient and is hand-stiched, containing only 20 recipes. The series has been successful in the saturated cookbook market. Goalen is also the founder of Wild Yonder, a Raleigh based outdoor food-based camp for adults.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 31 Issue 41, October 2014, p24-25 Periodical Website
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21C Museum Hotel will open in Durham in 2015 in the historic Hill Building. The hotel will feature rooms for rent, an exhibition space for art, a restaurant, and a raw bar. The museum will be free to the public and open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The art hotel concept is one of three in the country and Durham was chosen as a location for its vibrant art community.
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