Hannah Lee

Hannah Lee is the assistant editor at Durham Magazine. Born and raised in Winston-Salem, she attended UNC-Chapel Hill and double majored in broadcast journalism and German. She enjoys good beer, ice cream and morning runs.

Hannah Lee

3 Fun and Fit Ways Adults and Kids Stay Active in the Bull City

Run with the Young Bulls Ellen Moss stretches her arms up toward the high canopy of trees in Northgate Park. As she does, close to 80 kids mirror her movements. “All right, arms out wide,” she says. “Good. We’re going to start with tiny shoulder circles. And we’re going to make them a little bigger. …

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Weekend at a Glance: Lights, Last-Minute Shopping and Labs

41st Annual Santa Train – Thursday-Saturday, 5-9pm – Take the family to the Museum of Life and Science to experience a moonlit ride to the North Pole by way of the Ellerbe Creek Railway. Skate in your socks on a synthetic ice rink, create Christmas crafts, sip on hot chocolate and have your face painted by Paint Savvy. Don’t miss out …

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Weekend at a Glance: Moscow Ballet, Musicals and Markets

Home for the Holidays – Thursday-Friday, 9am-5pm –  Playhouses are on display and up for auction at Diamond View Park. Bidding closes Friday at 5pm, and delivery is included free of charge within a 30-mile radius of the American Tobacco Campus.All proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Durham. Pop-Up Retail at American Tobacco – Thursday-December 22, 11am-6pm …

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Staying Pawsitive

Zeus. Grecian king of the gods … and also an adorable, palm-sized, Pit bull-mix puppy. A chestnut-colored furball who walked up to Veronica Terry and her daughter, ClaVonna, 21, at a bus stop. For the Terrys, a family of nine, having Zeus was a breath of fresh air. He brought a new excitement and light …

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Staying Pawsitive

Zeus. Grecian king of the gods … and also an adorable, palm-sized, Pit bull-mix puppy. A chestnut-colored furball who walked up to Veronica Terry and her daughter, ClaVonna, 21, at a bus stop. For the Terrys, a family of nine, having Zeus was a breath of fresh air. He brought a new excitement and light …

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Weekend at a Glance: Hauntings, History and a Harvest Festival

Multi-Sensory Highlights Tour – Thursday, 6-7pm – Join Liz Peters, museum educator for community audiences, at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University for interactive and immersive tours of the galleries. These special tours focus on texture and materials. Thanks to 3D printing, visitors can explore with their hands miniature models of sculpture in …

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Your Family Magazine 2018/19

In our annual schools and family publication, you’ll find: 6 Four Seasons of Fun Mark your family’s 2018-19 calendar with these annual events 10 Where to Eat With kids big and small 12 Active Kids, Happy Kids Dancer? Artist? Animal lover? No matter your kiddos’ interests, our community has you covered. 20 A Week of …

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Weekend at a Glance: Oktoberfest, Olympics and Openings

September Third Friday – all weekend – Stop by the Durham Arts Council to get a sneak peak of the new photography exhibit A Palette of Rust and Dreams by Karen Healy in Allenton Galley through November 1, with an opening reception on October 19 (held in conjunction with Click! Photography Festival). Then head upstairs to the Ella Fountain …

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Weekend at a Glance: Cinema, Canned Cocktails and Cultural Celebrations

N.C. Gay and Lesbian Film Festival – Thursday-Sunday – The second largest film festival in the southeast and the largest cultural arts event serving the LGBT communities in the Carolinas, the NCGLFF at The Carolina Theatre provides a glimpse of the daily lives of gay, lesbian and transgender individuals everywhere through several days of shorts, …

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