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Wintery Picks From a Few of Our Local Bookstores

By Durham Magazine | December 22, 2022

Staff from a few local bookstores share wintery reading picks.

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3 Social Media Influencers Offer Insights on Downtown’s Best Places to Dine, Shop and More

By Amanda MacLaren | October 26, 2022

Follow the advice of these content creators as they share the best ways to explore our downtown

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Makrs society pop-up market

The Makrs Society Brings Local Small Businesses Together Downtown

By Brooke Spach | October 20, 2022

The Makrs Society’s popular downtown pop-up series gains momentum while also setting its sights on bigger events.

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D.J. Rogers

3 Burning Questions With D.J. Rogers, Durham’s First Poet Laureate

By Durham Magazine | October 6, 2022

D.J. Rogers is a poet, spoken word artist, editorialist, essayist and educator at KIPP Durham College Preparatory and Art of Problem Solving Academy in Morrisville. He’s also the City of Durham’s inaugural Poet Laureate, a one-year term he began on July 1. He shares his vision for the job, and the role that poetry plays in city life.

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Pride: Durham, NC

Pride: Durham, NC Returns With Flying Colors

By Durham Magazine | September 30, 2022

The LGBTQ Center of Durham hosted its annual Pride: Durham, NC festivities in person for the first time since 2019

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Cornelio Campos

Durham Muralist Illustrates Experiences of Our City’s Latino Community Through Art

By Durham Magazine Intern | September 22, 2022

Cornelio Campos draws inspiration from his experience relocating from Mexico to the United States to highlight underrepresented communities

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Delores Pottery and Studio is run by Delores J. Farmer, who wants her studio to be a symbol of diversity.

Pottery Artist Endeavors to Create Diverse Community at New Studio Space

By Durham Magazine Intern | September 19, 2022

Self-taught artist Delores J. Farmer hopes to shape her own future and to build representation in the non-diverse field of pottery

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CenterFest

CenterFest is Back in Action

By Brooke Spach | September 15, 2022

North Carolina’s longest-running street arts festival returns to downtown.

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Tara Singh Carlson

Meet the Local Publisher Behind a Fan-Favorite Breakthrough Novel

By Renee Ambroso | September 6, 2022

Putnam Executive Editor Tara Singh Carlson talks ‘Where the Crawdads Sing,’ her most beloved books and why she moved to Durham sight unseen.

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ShaLeigh Dance Works

ShaLeigh Dance Works Takes a Fresh Perspective in New Performance

By Durham Magazine | September 2, 2022

The dance company introduces audience members to the experiences of the visually impaired through a performance that incorporates all senses

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