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Anna Jones

First-Time Filmmaker Dives Deep Into Her Father’s Civil Rights Activism

By Marie Muir | May 28, 2021

Anna Ruth Jones released “Chairman Jones – An Improbable Leader” in 2015 after seven years of research, interviews, fundraising and editing.

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Erin Kauffman

Erin Kauffman Helped Durham Central Park Find Its Identity

By Morgan Weston | May 3, 2021

2021 Woman of Achievement Erin Kauffman helped turn the five-acre city-owned property into a connective space for all to enjoy

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Duke Children’s Incredible Kids Photo Contest

By Sponsored Content | March 11, 2021

Congratulations to “Superhero Jay Jay,” for the most votes in our February Incredible Kids Contest!

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Meet 7 Influencers Dedicated to Helping Durham Get Through Its Toughest Year Yet

By Durham Magazine Intern | March 8, 2021

The community members share their praises of seven people whose livelihoods are dedicated to helping our city get through its toughest year yet.

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An Ode to Durham: ‘I Am My Community’

By Durham Magazine | January 18, 2021

Tianna Spears turned a painful experience into something positive by giving back to the one place who has given her the most: Durham.

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Santibanez family

Durhamites Rethink Family Traditions This Holiday Season

By Hannah Lee | December 8, 2020

Family get-togethers look different this year amid COVID-19. These Durhamites share how their seasonal plans have changed for the better.

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Take the Walk-A-Bull Downtown Quiz!

By Durham Magazine | October 20, 2020
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A.yoni Jeffries received an artist relief fund

Two Local Organizations Help Artists Stay Afloat During the Pandemic

By Hannah Lee | August 19, 2020

To offset the massive revenue loss for artists during the pandemic, NorthStar Church of the Arts and the Durham Arts Council set up funds

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10 Reasons to Attend WellFest 2020

Push the Reset Button: 10 Reasons to Attend WellFest 2020

By Durham Magazine | August 4, 2020

Register today for WellFest 2020 – a virtual weekend focused on mental and physical wellness. In the early days of the coronavirus shutdown, we witnessed a spike in wellness motivation. But what happened to those people who were sharing their Sunday meal preps or latest yoga pose achievement on social […]

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In Their Words – What It Means to be Black in Durham

By Durham Magazine | August 3, 2020

Community members share what it means to be Black in Durham today and messages for change TYRONE T. IRBY IS THE OWNER OF TRAINING FACILITY THE CHOICE PERFORMANCE CENTER. HE RECENTLY HELPED FOUND THE TOGETHER WE STAND NC GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT, “INSPIRED BY THE SENSELESS VIOLENCE AGAINST THE BLACK COMMUNITY IN […]

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