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for Indy Week Vol. 34 Issue 21, June 2017
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INDY’s Best of the Triangle 2017 is an annual comprehensive guide of all the best things and places in the area. The guide is based on the collective wisdom of INDY readers and their votes. The general categories presented are restaurants and bars, health and body, shops and services, local hangouts and organizations.
Controversy over the generations-old practice of hunting deer with dogs continues in North Carolina, even though a bill designed to regulate it has been stalled in a House committee since April. House Bill 648 was introduced to create a framework for resolving some disputes between hunters, landowners, and animal rights advocates.
The Quarter Horse Bar & Arcade is a new Durham bar opening in the basement space of the Merge Records building. Its three co-owners combined their hobbies and expertise in business, carpentry, gaming and software development to create the new concept bar. Quarter Horse will feature a mix of games, music, and beverages in a rustic-techno atmosphere.
This summer, the American Dance Festival (ADF) celebrates four decades of bringing global modern dance to Durham and Duke University. To resituate ADF’s wide modern impact, INDY compiled an oral history of the festival, from its birth in Vermont to the development of the ADF brand to its pivotal move to Durham and beyond.