Here's a look at tomorrow's headines:
But first, check out tomorrow's N&O for coverage of tonight's City Council meeting. Space permitting, Jim Wise expects to have the latest city-wide crime stats from the police chief.
ELECTION ROUND-UP: So that Durham Committee endorsement has given 21-year-old Donald Hughes some serious buzz, huh? Read Jim Wise's roundup of the races, who's supporting whom, how much money they're raising and more.
MUSIC FOR ART'S SAKE: Emily Weinstein was a Durham artist before she became a Chapel Hill artist. I met her this summer as she painted a wall in Carrboro. So she called me to her studio a few weeks ago to see her latest work. What's shaving cream got to do with the Durham Symphony Orchestra? Read our story.
THEY'RE NO. 1: NCCU is posting some big numbers this summer. No. 1 HBCU in the state, No. 10 in the nation and a record freshman class that's boosting enrollment 30 percent. They're also asking your help for a community cleanup on Fayetteville Street this Saturday. Read the story and get the details.
Pam Spaulding almost sits in Lavonia Allison's chair, Duke professor Will Wilson says trees are a social equity issue (I never thought of it until I read his column), and the Durham County Library tells you about everything they've got coming up, starting with a free Picasso talk this weekend. There's a lot in the little paper, but make us better. Tell us what you want to see and issues in the community we need to know more about.
And thanks for reading,