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Dana Lange

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Dana, a beloved member of the Durham Magazine team since our launch and the past board chair of the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, highlights her fellow Durhamites making a difference by giving back.

Family Medicine: Meeting the Needs of Parents with Ill Children

"Being a member of the Pediatric Family Advisory Council (PFAC) at Duke is a club no one wants to be in, yet you are...

Local Beekeeper Helps Kids Experience Their Food Ecosystem Firsthand

Food insecurity is a reality for more than 50% of the children in Durham Public Schools (DPS). They qualify for the free or reduced...

Retired Police Chief Promotes Intervention to Correct Disciplinary Issues

Retired Durham Police Chief Steve Chalmers served on the force for more than 32 years, but he was not necessarily born into law and...

Reality Ministries is in the Business of Friendship

Nine years ago, when Betty Brandt Rouse was in her first year at UNC, she thought she wanted to be a special education teacher....

Episode 35: Parker & Otis and Chet Miller’s Jennings Brody

Downtown retailer Jennings Brody shares a bit of her history starting the beloved restaurant and gift store Parker & Otis, and previews her new...

Episode 34: Capitol Broadcasting’s Michael Goodmon

Durham Magazine's Dana Lange chats with Capitol Broadcasting Company's Michael Goodmon about the upcoming bond issues in Durham. He's all for them.

Breast Cancer Survivor Provides Hands-On Healing for Cornucopia Patients

Glenna Maynus had never heard of Cornucopia Cancer Support Center – founded in 1995 – when she had breast cancer 10 years ago. It was not until...

Time to Shine

“You’re never fully dressed without a shine,” is the tune of Nick Nichols, who can be found at Classic Bootblack, his shoeshine stand between...

Me Fine Foundation Supports Families with Kids in Local Hospitals

While selling ads on ESPN Radio by day and volunteering at many nonprofits – from Ronald McDonald House and being a Big Brother –...

Longleaf Collective Makes a Difference with Youth in Durham

Make an impact. That’s the goal of so many young professionals these days. But how can 20-somethings really do that when they are busy building...