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This is our seventh dispatch from the Congress for the New Urbanism , which took place in Savannah, Georgia in May. Chuck Marohn attended CNU and hosted a series of in-depth podcast conversations about some of the most pressing topics for cities today, with leaders, thinkers, and activists in a whole range of fields. Now we're bringing those podcasts to your ears throughout the summer.
It's been four years since Chapel Hill, NC band has last released an album. For their brand new one, Someday Everything Will Be Fine, they holed up in a studio in Memphis.
Hillsborough implemented rules in January 2018 that require businesses to get a permit and limit where outdoor seating, signs and other furnishings can be placed on the sidewalks downtown. Some businesses and residents aren't happy with the results.
UNC School of Medicine researchers show how a rare gene defect disrupts an important interaction between proteins, including cellular receptors crucial to cell function and human health IMAGE: A CLR receptor and a RAMP helper protein localize at the surface of the cell, forming a yellow halo surrounding the bright blue nucleus. Genetic mutations in... view CHAPEL HILL, NC - Tragic miscarriages for a couple have led to a discovery with potentially broad implications for future disease treatments, according to a team of researchers at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.
Chances are, you've heard of bitcoin but probably don't own any. A small North Carolina startup is hoping to change that.
Maybe you're a UNC student who hates walking from your dorm to class on the other side of campus. Maybe you're at Meredith and just need a change of scenery.
A North Carolina committee tasked with deciding the fate of three prominent Confederate monuments now located at the State Capitol grounds will announce its plan next week. State officials said in a news release Wednesday that the Confederate monuments study committee of the North Carolina Historical Commission will meet Aug. 22 in Raleigh.
The restaurants don't have names. Neither do the hotel, movie theater nor shops that will fill the Mosaic project at Chatham Park.
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