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August 2020 issue

August 2020

Results from our Best of Durham poll, how to get your health back on track, our fall arts outlook, at home with restauranteur Giorgios Bakatsias and more

June/July 2020

June/July 2020

We talked to Durhamites who are stepping up to make our transition back happen – from Mayor Schewel and nonprofits to early risers and small businesses

Durham Magazine May 2020 issue

May 2020

The 8th annual Women’s issue, pandemic experiences from our neighbors, how families use their favorite home spaces while social distancing and more

April 2020 issue

April 2020

The 12th annual Home & Garden issue, chefs’ favorite meals to cook at home, where to get locally curated art, innovative office spaces and more

Durham Magazine February/March 2020 issue

February/March 2020

The second annual Influencers issue, 10 ways to have fun with your kids, summer camp guide, ideas for renovating your kitchen and much more

Dec '19/Jan '20 Durham Magazine

December 2019/January 2020

Impress your guests with festive party ideas, what to do when you’re burnt out on the holidays, a gift guide, wedding advice for newly weds and more

Durham Magazine October/November 2019 Issue

October/November 2019

An insider’s guide to downtown, the latest downtown developments, a brief spotlight on exceptional figures in our local schools and more

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September 2019 – Food & Drink Issue

Eight restaurants focused on global cuisine, affordable back-to-school meals, sesquicentennial sips and more

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August 2019 – Wellness Issue

I’m just going to be honest here and share my crafting confession – I started a cross-stitch design of a cactus way back in February, and all I have to show for it are two sad, off-green blobs. As a longtime Pinterest failure, I am in awe of every single person we’ve highlighted in both …

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The June/July 2019 Best of Durham issue

June/July 2019 – Best of Durham

This year, our Best of Durham issue comes on the heels of a tragic event. The gas explosion on April 10 has left a deep scar that is going to take a long time to heal. My heart is still with all of the victims continuing their recovery, and especially with the families and friends of …

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Push the Reset Button this Fall

October 3 + 4, 2020

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