Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Indy Week Vol. 32 Issue 12, March 2015
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Bill Ferris, a folklorist and director of The Center for the Study of the American South, discusses how he documents the South and brings it to a wide audience and break racial barriers.
Duke Energy has a monopoly on power in North Carolina and pushes for offshore drilling, but many residents hope solar power is in the near future, if Duke Energy does not push against solar power. Perhaps it is best to break Duke Energy's stronghold on energy in North Carolina.
Chris Jude of Fair Game Beverage Company uses sorghum, a sweetener that can replace sugarcane, to make his rum-like spirits. Jude supports local farmers by using a sweetener that is drought resistant and abundant locally.
The Downtown Loop in Durham has been a one-way street nightmare and city developers have long discussed turning it into a two-way street, making navigation of downtown much safer and easier.
State lawmakers wish to give more power to the Civilian Police Review Board, which serves to review police oversight and complaints against officers.
Cheetie Kumar discusses her busy life as a head chef, musician, and restaurateur in Raleigh.