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Here’s what’s happening now:

How to check early voting lines: Wake County launched a new tool Monday with hourly updated wait time estimates for each early voting site. [check wait times]

Because Wake County voters can cast a ballot at any of the 20 early voting sites, you can see if another slightly further away site could mean a shorter line. 

More questions and answers on how to vote: [voting guide]

What else to know:
🗳️ Mail-in ballots missing a witness signature won't count, but with process unpaused to notify voters, you'll know if there's an issue with your ballot so you have a chance to fix it. [WRAL]
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What makes a good story?
 Learn what's in the DNA of a great story, evaluating the exact formula for three different story types. [get the free guide]
🎙️ Meet the Converging Stories storytellers + emcee: Converging Stories is a live community storytelling series from Raleigh Convergence and our partner Transfer Company. 

The final live storytelling event of the 2020 season, Converging Stories: Fear, is this Monday at 7 p.m.! Tickets are linked here and support Raleigh Convergence.

The event will be emceed by Carly Prentis Jones (pictured) and include five announced storytellers.  

Meet your neighbors who have been coaching to share a true, first-person story live around the night's theme, and our special emcee. [read more]

Standard Beer + Food opened last weekend in the Person Street area of shops adjacent to Raleigh City Farm that includes other local favorites like Yellow Dog Bakery, Edge of Urge and Two Roosters.

On the menu: 8 beers including a few of their own brews and Ancillary*Fermentation beers, low-intervention wines and private brand cider. 

It's drinks only for now, though they'll partner with local food trucks. Starting today, their hours are 2-10 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, 12-11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 12-10 p.m. Sundays. [@standard_beerfood]

Affordable housing bond: WakeUP Wake County is hosting a virtual event about the affordable housing bond on the Raleigh ballot, at 8:30 a.m. Thursday. [register]

Share your thoughts on BRT public art: Artist Dare Coulter will be the Artist in Residence this year for public art around bus rapid transit. Sign up for a Zoom meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. to meet with Dare and share ideas or insights. 
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