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“The existence of a successful jazz club in [Thelonious] Monk’s home state in May 1970 was an anomaly. Woodstock (August 1969) marked the era….Jazz clubs were closing in bigger cities across the country while Raleigh, with a population of 120,000, wrestled with integration. But Peter Ingram — a scientist from England recruited to work in […]

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— Gastonia native “strengthens her already credible claim to the title of best living American writer.” — Greensboro praised (?) as “that true American anomaly – a place where there seem to be more people writing serious books than reading them.” — Much to applaud, per usual, about Mary Chapin Carpenter‘s country-and-Eastern show last night […]

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