North Carolina’s Research Triangle is a glorious place to live. Besides the benefits of three major research institutions within a half-hour of each other (UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke and NC State), it’s warm, green, diverse, friendly and overflowing with great food and culture.
But living in a college town can have its dangers. This week’s police blotter in Chapel Hill reports that a developer building a small residential enclave near my neighborhood has had the development’s new street sign stolen off the pole three times since January. The new street: Road Less Traveled. For those who took the Road Less Traveled, I want to know: Did it make all the difference?
This is what happens when people read. Poetry corrupts; good poetry corrupts creatively.