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A Decade of DPAC

By Durham Magazine | October 23, 2018

There have been so many great things that have happened at DPAC that it is hard to place a “best” tag on just one. One moment that will always be special, though, was in 2010 when DPAC was first listed among the top 10 theaters in America by Pollstar, a […]

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Eat Your Heart Out: A Very Durham Wedding

By Julia Baker | October 18, 2018

Date July 1, 2018 Neighborhood Tuscaloosa-Lakewood Occupations Raina is the salon coordinator and product facilitator at Union Hair Studio, and Tracy is the owner/manager of Hutchins Garage.  Crossed Paths While grabbing a drink at Bull McCabes, Tracy’s friend Gee Barger (who would become their wedding officiant) and Raina’s friend Laura […]

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Our City, Through the Lens of 13 Photographers

By Hannah Lee | October 4, 2018

“One of my favorite places to find peace, pose questions to the universe and reset is Jordan Lake. There is something special about this water and Carolina clay. I love to bring my artwork along and collaborate with the breeze.” – Maya  “I think all children are artists and storytellers. […]

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Your Family Magazine 2018/19

By Hannah Lee | September 24, 2018

In our annual schools and family publication, you’ll find: 6 Four Seasons of Fun Mark your family’s 2018-19 calendar with these annual events 10 Where to Eat With kids big and small 12 Active Kids, Happy Kids Dancer? Artist? Animal lover? No matter your kiddos’ interests, our community has you […]

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Your Ultimate Staycation Guide to the Bull City

By Durham Magazine | September 24, 2018

I’m a staycation evangelist. I think of even the most boring Wednesday nights as a staycation. Why cook an uninspired meal when my husband and I can venture off to a favorite restaurant that hasn’t seen us in four months? Why watch Netflix on the sofa when we can head […]

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3 Creative Durham Artists You Should Know

By Durham Magazine | September 6, 2018

Saleem Reshamwala Saleem Reshamwala’s bio starts, “I travel the world and make things with crazy teams of amazing freelancers. Mostly videos.”   “North Cack” – a hip-hop video he directed for G Yamazawa – has eclipsed 800,000 views. He was Emmy nominated for “Who, Me? Biased?” while working with The […]

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The Fifth Annual Art of Cool Festival Takes Over Downtown This Fall

By Carl W. Kenney II | August 29, 2018

Hot can be cool, and cool can be hot, and each can be both. But hot or cool, man, jazz is jazz,” said the legendary Louis Armstrong while speaking about cool jazz. Cool is an art. There’s a rhythm and a movement that happens when music transforms a room. It’s […]

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Our Q&A with The Carolina Theatre’s CEO/President

By Durham Magazine | August 9, 2018

“I thought [my mom] had brought us to the end of the Earth,” Rebecca Newton says of her first impression of Durham as a teenager in 1969, moving here from St. Louis with her mom, Dr. Jacqueline A. Reynolds, who was a professor in biochemistry and physiology at Duke. It […]

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The Inside Scoop

By Durham Magazine | June 28, 2018

Wedding Date June 30, 2018 Occupations Allison is an academic assistant at Duke Law School and Dave works at IQVIA (formerly Quintiles). Crossed Paths Allison and Dave met online in July 2016. For their first date, they had dinner at Shiki Sushi, and have been together ever since. The Proposal Dave’s first text message […]

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Take a Spin on a Pedego Electric Bike

By Durham Magazine | June 15, 2018

North Carolina’s first electric bike retailer, Pedego Electric Bikes, opened in the Renaissance Village shopping center in January. Owner Don Tuttle explains that his path from retirement to owning the first Pedego bike dealership in North Carolina actually started years ago, with his own Pedego e-bike. He would often park at […]

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