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Asheville's beer scene is evolving to new levels, Axios' resident beer geek John Frank found on a recent tour.
State of play: A decade ago, I wrote a beer column for the News & Observer about how Wicked Weed Brewing and the arrival of national brewers — Oskar Blues, New Belgium and Sierra Nevada — planted the city firmly on the beer map.
Triangle rents eased last month, a sign that the intense rent increases of the past two years could be slowing.
- In Raleigh, where a median two-bedroom apartment is currently $1,525 a month, rents fell by 0.4%, according to ApartmentList.
In addition to garnering little attention and momentum compared to other high profile swing state elections, North Carolina's Senate race has also seen far less spending, Open Secrets data provided to Axios show.
- Outside groups that favor Democrats, for example, have spent some $28.7 million in Georgia’s Senate race, compared to just $7.8 million in North Carolina’s.
The North Carolina State Fair revealed its list of new food items that will be available to order this year.
It has us mentally gauging how much food we truly could consume on a one-day trip to one of our state's great traditions.
Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill both made Architectural Digest's list of Most Beautiful Colleges in America.
What they're saying: "Like a well-styled outfit, from the entry arches to academic halls and manicured lawns, everything on these grounds works in harmony to create a place as beautiful as it is educational," the outlet wrote.
New Anthem Beer Project, a North Carolina brewery that has made waves for its hazy India Pale Ales, is opening a taproom in downtown Raleigh.
- It will be the brewery’s first location outside of its hometown Wilmington and it is expected to open early next year.
The Supreme Court's new term is now underway, and two of the most high-profile cases on the docket stem from North Carolina.
Why it matters: No matter the outcome of those cases, the impact of the court's decision will reverberate far beyond our state.