Business

Q-and-A with Dr. Brian Southwell

By Durham Magazine | July 1, 2015

Tune in to WNCU 90.7 FM on a Sunday evening, and you can learn about anything from job searching to human trafficking to Netflix for the deaf. Every week, new radio show “The Measure of Everyday Life” hosts a different expert to bring a social science perspective to a current […]

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Make Room for Mesa

By Durham Magazine | June 24, 2015

Say goodbye to the old Gregoria’s Cuban Steakhouse. On July 3, the Hillsborough Road restaurant closed its doors to reopen as tapas-style Mesa Latin Kitchen on July 17. A renovation of the space offers a more modern look, including a custom cement-top bar, wood beam ceilings, new lighting fixtures and […]

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Data-Driven Durham

By Durham Magazine | June 23, 2015

More than a hundred data sets involving the city of Durham and beyond are now available at your fingertips with the launch of Open Durham, a new open portal that allows you to search, access and download local, city, county and federal data. This combined project between the City of […]

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We’re Hiring!

By Durham Magazine | June 15, 2015

Durham Magazine and Chapel Hill Magazine are looking for an art director to be based out of our Chapel Hill offices. This key member of our team will design editorial pages and ads, work closely with clients on their marketing campaigns, create weekly enewsletters and email blasts, tackle web design, […]

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Escape the Norm

By Durham Magazine | June 3, 2015

Imagine yourself locked in a room of clues and codes with friends, family members, co-workers or even strangers. You are given an hour to solve puzzles, crack codes and locate the key that leads to your escape. Sound thrilling? The experience is real at Bull City Escape. A popular city […]

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Graduate Commencement

By Durham Magazine | May 26, 2015

Hospitality and real estate investor team AJ Capital Partners have acquired 600 Willard St., across from University Ford and University Kia near American Tobacco. The currently shuttered property will undergo renovations later this year and open as the Graduate Durham, a 150-room hotel, in late 2016. Graduate Hotels are a new hotel […]

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Shifting Gears

By Amanda MacLaren | May 15, 2015

The Hendrick Durham Auto Mall, previously located on South Roxboro Street, combined with Performance Chevrolet – another Hendrick Automotive Group General Motors dealership formerly on Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard – to open the new, renamed Hendrick Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac Southpoint at 127 Kentington Drive adjacent to The Streets at Southpoint. […]

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Up in the Air

By Amanda MacLaren | May 13, 2015

Pesto pasta in a gondola in Venice. A pretzel at Oktoberfest. A beer at the Running of the Bulls in Spain. Pizza at the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Doughnuts on the Great Wall of China. To the Niemann sisters, it’s all @foodintheair. The Instagram account founded in summer 2013 by […]

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Breaking New Ground

By Durham Magazine | April 1, 2015

Terra Nova Global Properties celebrated the opening of its Durham office Tuesday, March 24, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and cocktail hour. Guests enjoyed local food, beer and a signature Terra Nova cocktail for the occasion – all inside the new location on North Gregson Street. Terra Nova is a full-service […]

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21c and Counting

By Amanda MacLaren | March 16, 2015

As the fuchsia ribbon split in two, city and county officials along with developers and executives of 21c Museum Hotels celebrated the opening of the hospitality group’s fourth property, 21c Durham. “There is no question in my mind that this investment is going to be a good investment for Durham,” […]

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