Here are some of the stories coming in tomorrow's Chapel Hill News.
PARLOR PROBE: Live and let live, said most of the people reporter Matt Dees spoke with about the ongoing police investigation of University Massage. Still no evidence, say police, of any hanky panky.
TO MARKET TO MARKET: Be one of the first at Wednesday's grand opening of the new Fresh Market and you'll get to take home all kinds of free goodies. (I've become a Wal-Mart/Whole Foods/Harris Teeter/Food Lion shopper myself, which I know puts me on Noah Rannell's need to convert list. Met up with the Fickle Creek farmer a few weeks ago, and he tried to convince me his locally grown beef is better for the planet than my shipped-in-from-somewhere-else tofu. I'm still waiting for an invite to the farm.)
WHAT'S FREE LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT: If the Preservation Society were charging for Friday night's showing of "Three in the Attic," we'd almost ask for a cut of ticket sales. But go see it. The Sixties dialogue is a hoot, and it's kinda cool to see local scenes on the big screen (Then again, I've never seen 'Patch Adams.')
Anyway, lots of good stuff and TONS of your letters. Read the paper, and as always, tell us what you think.