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for Independent Weekly Vol. 13 Issue 36, Sept 1995
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When Burroughs Wellcome was bought out by Glaxo in March, 1995, it left many employees of the pharmaceutical company in doubt about their future. For example, over 1,000 jobs at the Greenville plant could be moved or eliminated.
Attacks by Congressional Republicans on the National Endowment for the Arts are seriously limiting funds for arts projects. There will be fewer modern-dance performances in the Triangle this year. Universities are also limiting dance offerings.
The Research Triangle Metropolitan Area's theater companies, including Manbites Dog Theater, Raleigh Ensemble Players, and Theater in the Park, provide patrons a variety of theatrical offerings.
The Research Triangle Metropolitan Area's work force is profiled, with statistical data for Wake, Durham, and Orange Counties.
While the Triangle's sports facilities are abundantly funded, the area's resident and visiting music groups go begging for good concert facilities.