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- 2014-07-23 [L..T] Driller apparently wants to frack Meadowmont in Chapel Hill "It appears the relatively unknown Crimson Holdings Corporation wants to frack more than a handful of nature preserves in Durham, as reported in today's Indy."
- 2014-02-25 [L..T] Durham private school's move draws objections Members opted for the postponement after Patrick Byker, attorney for a next-door neighbor of the site, pointed out the school's advocates hadn't addressed how the project might affect the value of nearby property.
- 2011-01-19 [Talk|Index] How many ways has K&L Gates touched you today? § “[K&L Gates's] high-stakes cases are well documented, and so is its slick, and often aggressive, brand of lawyering. To win, the attorneys have used clever legal tactics to steamroll opponents, impugned the ethics of some government officials and singed relationships with allies.”
- 2009-10-04 [Talk|Index] Pastor Donald "Faggot!" Fozard and Herald-Sun columnist rail about Council's marriage equality vote § “In the Durham Herald-Sun, columnist John McCann goes on a diatribe in support of a local minister who is, well, using the tired bible beating reasons to bounce council members by questioning their faith for voting for the resolution [...] to extend civil-marriage rights to same-sex couples.”
- 2008-07-28 [Talk|Index] Raleigh mall melee: A new lens into the way others see Durham? § Commenter on a Raleigh, NC online forum: “I want to live as far as possible from bus service, and I don't care who is offended by it. I don't need a bus, and I don't want anyone to take the bus to my house. And frankly, I would just as soon shop and play at a bus-fee location too.”
- 2005-05-11 [Talk|Index] The Gospel as preached on North Duke Street § “The controversy, by now, is familiar. It follows the stage play The Laramie Project wherever it goes, in incendiary press releases, invariably from Topeka, Kan., to the local media. .. Two weeks ago it was Durham's turn.”
- 2005-05-06 [Talk|Index] First shots from the Westboro Baptist Church protest in Durham, NC § “Guess what? No-show for Fred Phelps at the Durham School of the Arts. The gutless, ball-less Rotting Cryptkeeper wasn't there this evening, but plenty of his supporters and children/grandchildren were there with their filth. Plenty of counter-protesters showed up. There was a ton of drive-by traffic, slowing down for the freakshow. The cops kept the counter-protestors across the street from the Phelps clan, so it was civil. Queer supporters that didn't bring signs were given sheets with "Gay? Fine by me" to hold up in silent protest.” Includes a selection of photos of the event.
- 2007-08-24 Durham crime numbers down -- again. Durham's crime levels are above average, but heading steadily downward.