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Raleigh-based artist, Eris Swanstrom, knits on a knitting machine at her booth at Festifall, a Chapel Hill festival   showcasing local artists. The celebration of art is held annually in Downtown Chapel Hill, this year falling on Sunday. Swanstrom knits on her vintage, special-edition knitting machine as shoppers peruse her racks of skirts, shirts, mittens and other knitted wool garments. Modique Couture, Swanstrom’s business, features one-of-a-kind wearable pieces of art. She began knitting 30 years ago, during the process, she discovered knitting machines. Now, Swanstrom sells her work online and at festivals.

Eris Swanstrom, Raleigh-based artist, sells her knitted clothing pieces at Festifall. Festifall is a celebration of art held at every year in Downtown Chapel Hill and features artists from all over the triangle. 


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Students from Carrboro Elementary school are bused Carrboro Town Hall, where parents could check out their kids, on Tuesday Nov. 20 after an active shooter false alarm at the school. The police found no substance to the active shooter call. 

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Students from Carrboro Elementary school are bused Carrboro Town Hall, where parents could check out their kids, on Tuesday Nov. 20 after an active shooter false alarm at the school. The police found no substance to the active shooter call. 


Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s 1984 medical school yearbook page surfaced with a picture of a man in blackface standing alongside another in KKK robes — both of whom Northam claims are not him. Other politicians called for his resignation, including Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, who later admitted to also having dressed in blackface.

Blackface in Yackety Yack

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s 1984 medical school yearbook page surfaced with a picture of a man in blackface standing alongside another in KKK robes — both of whom Northam claims are not him. Other politicians called for his resignation, including Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, who later admitted to also having dressed in blackface.


Chapel Hill alumnus William McLean leads Chancellor Folt and Science Scholas after speaking about the initiative during halftime of the Men's Basketball game at UNC versus N.C. State at the Smith Center on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019.

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Chapel Hill alumnus William McLean leads Chancellor Folt and Science Scholas after speaking about the initiative during halftime of the Men's Basketball game at UNC versus N.C. State at the Smith Center on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019.