Here's a look at tomorrow's headlines
But first, make sure to read the N&O tomorrow to see Stan Chambers report on how one Durham neighborhood is taking aim at speeders -- with paintball guns!
SCHMEIDLER'S BACK: Lloyd Schmeidler quietly left Urban Ministries, which runs one of the city's homeless shelters and its community kitchen, about 10 months ago. He and they have never really said why. He's back now in a new role, serving as community education specialist for Durham's 10 Year plan to End Homelessness. Jim Wise has the scoop.
PAINTING DURHAM: At 24, Annemarie Gugelmann is the youngest winner of the Durham Arts Council's Emerging Artist grants this year. But what really impresses are her new 6 by 6 abstract paintings of downtown. Check out my story and John Rottet's photos of the artist at work.
SPARTAN DEFENSE: Sports writer Bonitta Best has an interview with Adrian Jones, now entering his third season as football coach at Southern High School. Read why, with his most experienced team year, Jones is gunning for the elusive state championship.
EL HOMBRE DE LA CALLE: That's means man of the streets, and Julio Martinez knows the streets. He'll be in Durham this weekend for the annual Latino festival at Rock Quarry Park. Read what the radio personaility and activist told correspondent David Elstein about living la vida latina. (the Latino life).
Steve Rogers is tired of Tiger Woods, Maurice Glenn wants to know why his history book is making some older members of the black community upset and Minnie Forte Brown says there is a cultural divide between home and school in this week's editor's note.
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