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The Triangle area of North Carolina now boasts excellent French restaurants for the discerning and the uninitiated.
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35014
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The home was a synthesis of South Carolina Low Country (as evident by the characteristic wraparound porch) and Caribbean architecture (reflected in the second floor bedrooms). Located on Hatteras Island, the home that was never meant to be just a vacation house was the brainchild of the new owners. As noted by the author, the couple’s background in residential development and horticulture inspired the unique blend of architectural styles.
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Roberts’ chronicle for how the renowned Rembrandt Exhibit, a dream in the works for at least six years prior, finally got to the NC Museum of Art. Part and parcel of the journey were the shipping means for the world famous paintings (by ground versus air, because of their vulnerability to theft) and experts’ discernment of which works on display were Rembrandt and which were Rembrandtesque.
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If the US were a house, the ever widening income gap between the very wealthy and the other 99% of Americans would be the elephant in the room. It’s too big to ignore, as hard as any economist or political figure may try to. Too big to keep ignoring, lest the gap widen to a chasm that no fiscal bridge can cross.
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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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Cheshire’s review of A Dangerous Method, about the troubled professional relationship between psychology pioneers Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, veered slightly into a reflection on the eminence of Freud and Jung in the 1970s (during the critic’s college years). Post review, Cheshire offered synopses for the 10 best films of 2011.
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35765
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Cheshire’s review of A Dangerous Method, about the troubled professional relationship between psychology pioneers Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, veered slightly into a reflection on the eminence of Freud and Jung in the 1970s (during the critic’s college years). Post review, Cheshire offered synopses for the 10 best films of 2011.
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