“Carrboro has been a leader in North Carolina in LGBTQ equality since the 90s,” said Damon Seils, member of the Carrboro Board of Aldermen. This is why, he said, the board decided to declare Oct. 10, Marriage Equality Day. The day was created in 2014, and celebrated with gusto, after Amendment 1 was overturned. This year it passed by as a reminder of the important day, without celebration.
“If I can do my duties as a good man ought, if I can bring back beauty to a world up wrought, if I can spread love’s message that the master taught, then my living shall not be in vain,” sang Prince Taylor, owner of a freshly painted house.
Some birds prefer trees, others prefer selfies — but at Carrboro’s raptor release Saturday morning, some birds preferred the air.