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Durham was host to some of the key moments of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. The first "sit-in" of the Movement took place in Durham when young African Americans sat at "white-only" booths at the segregated Royal Ice Cream Parlor and refused to move. The city is also home to Duke University, one of the most renowned universities in the United States.
Local Newspapers: The Herald-Sun The News & Observer
Local Sports Teams: Durham Bulls (International League)
Local Colleges: Duke University North Carolina Central University
Zip Codes associated with durham, north carolina:
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Triangle: Moogfest & Manning, Org Funds, SAGE Holiday, Carlile Tickets
Published: December 15, 2017 in Carolinas News Notes Updated: December 14, 2017 at 7:46 pm ENGAGE: Write a letter to the editor DURHAM, N.C. - The 2018 Moogfest, slated for May 17-20, will include a festival lineup led by female, non-binary and transgender artists, including a keynote conversation with privacy rights and political transparency activist Chelsea Manning on "The Future of Creativity." Manning's keynote conversation will explore how technology enables radical disruption in the personal and political spheres, framing the technological future as a new creative landscape, organizers said.J.M. Teague's Moore moderates safety discussion at annual bike summit
Reuben Moore, a transportation engineer with J.M. Teague Engineering and Planning in Waynesville, recently served as moderator for presentations on N.C. Vision Zero, a three-year-old project that works to end transportation-related fatalities and injuries. In 2016, 1,441 transportation fatalities occurred in North Carolina.Viruses hijack a long non-coding RNA
Manipulation of host-cell metabolism is an essential aspect of viral replication cycles. Viral co-option of a cellular long non-protein-coding RNA has now been found to be a key step in this process.AI brain chips will 'evolve' humanity into 'zombies'
Those implanting AI into their mind risk merging with machines to the point that humans and androids are indistinguishable from one another, the expert said. It was recently revealed that a tech company backed by billionaire Elon Musk is developing a 'brain-computer interface' that could give people super intelligence and allow them to communicate telepathically.Where does Rob Lowe hang in Durham? Hea s coming May 18 so you might see him out.
He plans to be in Durham May 18 for his DPAC tour stop for "Stories I Only Tell My Friends" so be on the lookout for him out on the town. "I'll hit the local hot spots again," Lowe said in a Twitter video.700 Durham parents who owe child support face jail time. Herea s how they can stay out.
Durham County is offering parents who are behind in their child-support payments and who face an arrest order a chance to stay out of jail. The offer is for any non-custodial parent who was issued an order for arrest for child support before Aug. 31, 2017.2018 NBA Draft: Big board 1.0 and draft stock updates
DECEMBER 05: Marvin Bagley III #35 of the Duke Blue Devils dunks the ball against the St. Francis Red Flash during their game at Cameron Indoor Stadium on December 5, 2017 in Durham, North Carolina. It's an exciting time of the year.KBI Featured at Sustainable Food Conference
North Carolina sustainable 'Seatech' enterprise, Kepley BioSystems, discusses the future of food technologies at the 4th annual FoodCon held at UNC-Chapel Hill The question we all must be thinking about is, how we can feed 9.8 billion people with growing incomes by 2050?" GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, U.S., December 11, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- On Friday, December 8, 2017, Dr. Anthony Dellinger, president of Kepley BioSystems Inc. , participated as an invited panelist in the Food Technology session at FoodCon 2017 at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School located in Durham N.C. Entering its fourth year and hosted by UNC-CH, Duke University and North Carolina State University, the conference highlighted sustainable food trends and related issues from industry, academic and community perspectives.People's Pharmacy: Fighting off flu with Tamiflu
Please remind your readers that there is an effective anti-flu medicine, Tamiflu. Two days ago, I noticed a sore throat coming on, and before long I was sniffling, sneezing, coughing and feeling terrible.US Marshals locate man wanted in armed Durham store robbery
A fourth suspect was arrested Monday in connection with a Nov. 26 armed robbery at a convenience store on West Trinity Avenue. Members of the U.S. Marshals Service Joint Fugitive Task Force found Willie Lamont Cates, 24, at the Red Roof Inn, 5623 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd. He is charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, and is being held in the Durham County Jail under a $250,000 bond.Durham Attorney Scott Holmes Challenges N.C. Court Fees as Unconstitutional
A group including the ACLU of North Carolina and the Southern Coalition for Social Justice is challenging the constitutionality of court fees being levied in North Carolina. Durham attorney Scott Holmes filed a constitutional challenge to the court costs statute today in Wake Court Superior Court, saying the state constitution requires such fees to go to public schools.Ofo, a Chinese-based bike-share startup, is bringing its bicycles to Durham.
If you were just getting used to the sight of hundreds of new orange and green bikes around downtown Durham, get ready for hundreds more - this time in yellow. Ofo, a Chinese-based bike-share startup, said that it will be bringing its dockless bikes to the Bull City starting on Tuesday, Dec. 12. Ofo will be the third dockless bike startup to set up shop in the city , after Spin and LimeBike began operating in the city last month.Guess & Co. Corporation Appoints Sarah Reddy Brown As Senior Deputy...
Guess & Co. Corporation a global diversified development and infrastructure company based in Durham, North Carolina, is pleased to announce that Sarah Reddy Brown has been appointed Senior Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors.Can NCCU and its chancellor achieve a shared prosperitya with campus neighbors?
N.C. Central University will benefit if the area around it redevelops, but campus and local leaders have to find a way to make sure the change also helps the businesses and people who now call that area home, the university's chancellor says. "A shared prosperity is what we're looking for, and ways to do that," NCCU Chancellor Johnson Akinleye said during a recent discussion with Herald-Sun staffers that focused heavily on the future of the campus and the possibility the university's growth could trigger a wave of gentrification in the adjoining Durham neighborhoods.Police: Durham woman walking dog sexually assaulted
Authorities say between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. the woman was sexually assaulted and later found lying in the grass near a wooded area in the 5300 block of Penrith Street. Investigators are looking to speak with two persons of interest who were in the area on Friday.Bike-sharing in the 21st century
Here in Durham, NC , there are currently two companies that have permits from the city and started placing bikes around town last week: Spin Bike and Lime Bike . I have tried them both, and they are pretty similar.Tonight's Concert Picks: Hiss Golden Messenger at World Cafe Live,...
The ever-changing personnel and spectrum of recordings from Hiss Golden Messenger is anchored by the uber-talented compositional abilities of band leader M.C. Taylor. The Durham, North Carolina resident, whose instantly recognizable voice straddles Bob Dylan and Jim James, maintained his high level of songwriting and acoustic indie rock on Hiss Golden Messenger's 2017 project Hallelujah Anyhow .
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