A bit of a chuckle in the N&O today:
Yes, the N&O has an article today bemoaning the lack of attention that one city in the Triangle receives, the red-headed stepchild of the metro region, overshadowed by two other stars in its constellation.
Only this time, it isn't Durham; it's Raleigh, which N&O food critic Greg Cox notes to be the Rodney Dangerfield of regional dining:
Now, Raleigh's fine seafood restaurant Fins has been named the second-best seafood restaurant in the U.S. by Bon Appetit magazine, an appellation that Cox is right to be proud of.
Ironically, Fins was at the heart of a controversy at the NewRaleigh blog recently, which reported that it and the partially-City of Raleigh-financed restaurant The Mint were in danger of closing, a rumor quickly refuted by the restaurant, as highlighted in the Indy's blog.