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Towns of Carrboro and Chapel Hill Honor 50 Years of Cat’s Cradle


In 1969, Marsha Fitch Wilson started Cat’s Cradle by holding pop-up concerts in the Pickwick Theatre Building in Chapel Hill. The Cradle did not have a permanent location until a few years later, when it moved under what is now Mediterranean Deli. After being evicted over noise complaints, the music venue moved around before settling in Carrboro. (Chapelboro.com)

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