Business

A Runaway Success

By Durham Magazine | October 16, 2015

You have the DURM T-shirt; soon you’ll be able to visit the store. Runaway, the fashion brand run by Durham natives Gabriel Eng-Goetz and Justin Laidlaw, is doubling down on their steady success over the past four years with plans to open a brick-and-mortar retail outlet and gallery downtown. They’re […]

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New Home for Some Hot Wheels

By Sponsored Content | October 13, 2015

The Porsche brand has shared space with three other vehicle manufacturers – Acura, BMW and Subaru – at Performance AutoMall in Chapel Hill for many years. With three service bays, the team could handle about five to seven appointments per day, and fewer than 30 parking spots for their inventory […]

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Keep Durham Local

By Durham Magazine | October 7, 2015

Ninth Street has historically been one of the most vibrant and diverse shopping districts in the city, but challenges due to continuous construction and development have left many of these local merchants struggling to keep their doors open. To support these local businesses, the Ninth Street walkable shopping district hosts […]

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Saddle Up

By Durham Magazine | October 6, 2015

Now that they’ve opened the garage doors to their new brewing facility at 219 Hood St. — and increased their beer production by 1,000% since their nanobrewery days above The Cookery’s Front Room entrance — Ponysaurus Brewing Co. invites you to celebrate with them at a grand opening ceremony October […]

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Join in Spirit

By Durham Magazine | September 17, 2015

The Brothers Vilgalys Spirits Company was founded in 2012 – Durham’s first distillery – with a simple mission: to make delicious booze. And that they have done. In addition to their well-known Krupnikas Spiced Honey Liqueur, they recently added four new liqueurs to the mix: Zaphod, Beebop, Beatnik and Jabberwock. The […]

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Stay Healthy and Out of the Doctor’s Office

By Amanda MacLaren | August 17, 2015

When most people think “doctor’s appointment,” the first words that come to mind aren’t usually “efficient,” “timely” or “personal.” TouchCare is trying to change that. The mobile app company, headquartered in Durham, can make seeing a physician as easy as a Skype or FaceTime call. Face-to-face video appointments via smart […]

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Stay Healthy and Out of the Doctor’s Office

By Durham Magazine | August 17, 2015

When most people think “doctor’s appointment,” the first words that come to mind aren’t usually “efficient,” “timely” or “personal.” TouchCare is trying to change that. The mobile app company, headquartered in Durham, can make seeing a physician as easy as a Skype or FaceTime call. Face-to-face video appointments via smart […]

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Newly Mynted

By Durham Magazine | July 15, 2015

Mynt, a contemporary women’s boutique, is set to open in the Rockwood Shopping Center this fall. Owner and operator Whitney Sandor hopes Durham women will delight in this specialty shop of high fashion brands, including Tory Burch, Shoshanna, Citizens of Humanity, J Brand, Vince, Rebecca Taylor, Parker, Amanda Uprichard and others. […]

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A Small Batch of Babka

By Durham Magazine | July 9, 2015

A Durham-based artisan food product is hitting the shelves at Southern Season and LoMo Market. Small Batch Baking Company‘s specialty babka, a type of Eastern European yeast cake, is now being sold at both retailers in addition to its original delivery-only service. Also based in New Hampshire, Small Batch Baking Company […]

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More Feet on the Street

By Durham Magazine | July 7, 2015

It’s easy to jump in your car for a short drive through downtown without a second thought. But if a sign saying your destination was a two-minute walk away caught your eye, you might just leave the car in park. That’s the goal of Walk [Your City], a Raleigh-based initiative […]

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