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Mary Barnard at Triangle Rock Club in Durham

What You Need to Know Before Checking Out Durham’s Newest Rock Climbing Gym

By Hannah Lee | October 24, 2019

After a tedious four-year search, Triangle Rock Club found the perfect space for its fifth gym, which opened on Memorial Day

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Saba Taj stands in front of several works in the ‘Sticky Note Show' at The Carrack.

The Final Note: A Durham Institution Says Farewell

By Hannah Lee | September 16, 2019

The Carrack will close its doors this week, but not before bringing the community together on its walls

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Bull City Laughs

Jokes on the Bus Go Round and Round

By Amanda MacLaren | August 28, 2019

This quintet came together to create Durham’s first and only comedy tour bus business

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Robert Weston, volunteer Ronnie Rozenkranz-Boxford and Rob Walpole, the co-op’s construction coordinator, repair bikes at the Durham Bike Co-Op.

New Durham Bike Routes Pave the Way for Safer Transportation

By Hannah Lee | July 25, 2019

The City of Durham adopted phase one of a larger plan to enhance bike routes and institute a network of lanes stretching 15 miles

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This Yoga Startup Teaches Mindfulness to Both Parents and Children

By Hannah Lee | June 20, 2019

Emily Behr founded Growga last year as a way to help families struggling with anxiety

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Be Well: Your Guide to WellFest 2019

By Durham Magazine | June 6, 2019

What is WellFest? A weekend of rejuvenation of the mind and body in downtown Durham, WellFest offers food, fun and flow to get you back to living your best life. A Dinner with Roots, which expresses sustainable food practices in a delicious and interesting way, takes place at 21c Museum […]

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NorthStar Church of the Arts

Finding Your Own NorthStar

By Carl W. Kenney II | June 5, 2019

The author was named the best serious columnist of 2011 by the North Carolina Press Association. He is the co-producer of “God of the Oppressed,” an upcoming documentary film on black liberation theology and is the author of “Preacha’ Man“ and the sequel “Backslide.” He has led congregations in Missouri and North Carolina.

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Brain Tumor Awareness Month, Elyssa and John Kivus Wedding

Two Brain Tumor Survivors Who Found Hope

By Hannah Lee | May 24, 2019

In honor of Brain Tumor Awareness Month, hear from two Durhamites who share the personal stories of their diagnosis

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Cheers to 150 Years!

By Amanda MacLaren | April 11, 2019

Have a drink! Bars and restaurants across Durham are offering signature cocktails made with Durham Distillery’s Conniption Gin. Each Durham 150-themed cocktail will honor the history and spirit of the city and prominently feature one of Durham Distillery’s award-winning products, including their Conniption Navy Strength Gin, just named “Best in […]

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

By Hannah Lee | February 13, 2019

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 […]

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