Arts and Style

Arts and Style

The Ultimate Durham Checklist

1 Walk or bike the American Tobacco Trail. 2 Have breakfast at Elmo’s Diner and/or Hope Valley Diner. 3 Purchase local produce, meat and eggs from nearby...

Timeless Songs of the Season

As a musician, the one thing that sets my nerves on edge during the holiday season is the seemingly endless loop of canned music...

Stand-Out Styles for Your Next Holiday Soirée

"Go straight towards that little black dress (LBD). You’ve worn it 100 times before, but that’s OK. All you need to do is embellish...

Our Local Holiday Gift Guide

Mynt Boutique A colorful and vibrant plaid scarf paired with a rich velvet blazer creates a bright and elegant look you can wear to...

Help Durham Win 10 Free Concerts for Summer 2017

Durham Central Park is vying to win the chance to produce Durham's very own Levitt AMP Music Series: 10 free outdoor concerts – three of...

Talking Durham Living Wage Project and a New Album with Musician Charles Latham

The antifolk singer-songwriter has lived in Durham for the last two years, in that time penning the song "The Living Wage," with all proceeds...

5 Uniquely Durham Goods from Local Makers

Wooden Bottle Openers, $40. John Parkinson Furniture → "Each bottle opener has a magnet, which allows it to be held securely on your refrigerator."       ← Framed...

Smithsonian Project Has Roots in Durham

Durham's own Phil Freelon has made an indelible mark on the nation’s landscape. Since founding The Freelon Group in 1990, the award-winning architect has been...

Get to Know Brett Harris

This spring, the singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist released “Up in the Air,” his first LP in six years. According to reviewers, it was worth...

Q-and-A with Carolina Jubilee’s Zack Wyatt

Carolina Jubilee is a two-day event presented by Carolina Farm Trust – who's mission is to protect farmland and foster an ecosystem of sustainable farming...