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Lunch links: Friends book sale, Ann Arbor’s vision, thoughts on Durham

Hello! It’s Monday! And there’s a lot going on in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Durham this week. Here’s your daily roundup: šŸ“– Get your books on šŸ“– The Friends of the Chapel Hill Public Library are hosting their August book sale next weekend – and we’ve heard that there will be thousands of children’s books, …

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Lunch Links: July 6, 2022

Today we’re rounding up what you may have missed on social media and in the council inbox over the past week. Enjoy! Former Town Council member and former Local Reporter editor Nancy Oates sparked a heated controversy on Twitter when she compared the Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade to housing decisions. As we said …

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June 8, 2022: Lunch Links

Hi all, Welcome to Wednesday. Here are today’s lunch specials! In addition to the swearing in of new Council Member Eliazar Posada, North Carolina’s first openly-gay Latino elected official, The Town of Carrboro unanimously adopted their new comprehensive plan last night. Great news – what do you love/hate? Leave it in the comments! — Some …

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June 7, 2022: Lunch Links

It’s Tuesday – you know that that means! Just kidding, we don’t know what it means either. While you’re waiting for Pickleball Friday to roll around again (let’s be honest, we know why you’re here) we will share some fun and/or interesting bits of media that the TBB crew has been reading, discussing, stressing about, …

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