Here's a look at what we have in tomorrow's Durham News:
URBAN REMOVAL: No, that's not a typo. Read Jim Wise's follow-up on this week's decision denying NCCU permission to tear down the Rivera House and learn why the legacy of urban renewal hangs over the university's stalemate with neighbors.
HOUSE PARTIES: Could having a teen center have prevented the deaths of two Durham teens killed at an unsupervised house party last month? Staff writer Stan Chambers says some people think so. Read why one man says the parties are a prescription for trouble.
HOLIDAY PARADE: Here's one party with plenty of supervision. Check out our front page for a schedule of Saturday's annual Christmas parade and a map inside showing the parade route through downtown. We'll also tell you where to park and where "you better watch out..."
There's plenty more -- dueling guest columns on whether the city should transfer Eno park to the state, an interview with a former Capitol Hill elevator operator (he knew Jackie O) and more on the Adam & Eve controversy.
All that plus Barry Saunders, Flo Johnston and your letters (and by the way, we want more of those).
Stay warm this weekend, and thanks for reading.