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for Indy Week Vol. 32 Issue 36, September 2015
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Raleigh's public square proved a difficult venue for organizations trying to host private ticketed events. The design was such that a fire and safety hazard would be caused if patrons needed to leave the area quickly. Hopscotch was one such festival that was almost cancelled until the city came up with a design solution that utilized surrounding buildings and alleyways as natural barriers for events.
Raleigh has plans to revitalize East College Park but the residents (a mostly black community) want nothing to do with it. The city masks its city development as a social service that creates housing for the community members
The author discusses meeting an artist with cerebral palsy, Felicia Robinson, who recently had an exhibition of her paintings at SPECTRE; the artist paints with a brush in her mouth.