Here's a look at today's local headlines.
But first, make sure to read Lana Douglas' story in today's N&O on the latest in the Durham cult murders case.
BETTER DAYS?: (Which was half the title of my first record album, by Melissa Manchester, before she went all pop and glossy; those first two albums and "Midnight Blue" were awesome ... but I digress). Bill Anderson loves Durham, and that makes for good stories. Jim Wise reports how the Durham realtor is fighting the good fight to save the Duke Park bathhouse.
EYES ON THE BALL: Already got one call this morning from a reader thanking us for Virginia Bridges' story on the Emily K Center, doing wonderful things for Durham kids on West Chapel Hill Street. "They made me see I could actually go to college," says one student.
PRODIGAL FARMER: I watched this video last night on the goat blood-sucking chupacabra (basically hairless coyotes with mange). Goats are cuter. ... Elizabeth Shestak visits Prodigal Farm in Rougemont in this month's Morsel column about local food and dining.
Jim Wise says that movie about Durham could be toxic, Sam Taylor defends gay and lesbian soldiers and Steely Dan plays DPAC tomorrow night.