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October/November 2017

During our conversation with three of the mayoral candidates (see page 38) we probed a little bit about what policy differences exist among them that voters might consider before making their decision. I got the sense that policies, important as they are, are less important to these three candidates than what each of them continually …

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Our 8th Annual Food & Drink Issue – September 2017

“Ask a resident to name their favorite dish or drink in the Bull City. You’ll never get a simple answer. In fact, ask yourself. I did, and I immediately started flipping through copious mental notes and weighing one dish against another. The fact is that it is nearly impossible to name a single favorite. We …

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August 2017

You may notice some differences in our August 2017 issue. We’ve been busy all summer long designing a new look for our magazines, one that we believe is reflective of our city-on-the-rise. We’ve also added some departments – like our new parenting section and Star Power interviews with celebrities who will soon be heading to …

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The Best of Durham Issue – June/July 2017

For seven years, we’ve been asking our readers to share their go-to restaurant for date night, which hotels they recommend for out-of-towners, the top bars for grabbing a cocktail and even where they get their car washed or who they trust to help them buy or sell a house. In the summer, we share the …

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May 2017 – The 10th Annual Home & Garden Issue

Read our May 2017 issue – featuring stories from several local runners, plus two homes with beautiful gardens – online! To get you started, here is a quick recap of what it holds: FEATURES 22 Phil Freelon’s Design for Living The distinguished architect aims to make an impact on ALS research at Duke 38 Blooming …

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April 2017 – The 5th Annual Women’s Issue

Read our April 2017 issue – featuring the stories of 12 incredible women in our community – online! To get you started, here is a quick recap of what it holds: EXTRAORDINARY WOMEN 50 Amy Sliffe Blue Whistler Farm 52 Bettina Umstead Student U 53 The Honorable Marcia H. Morey Chief District Court Judge of …

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February/March 2017

Read our February/March 2017 issue in full. To get you started, here is a quick recap of what it holds: FEATURES 20 Raise Your Voices Durham Children’s Choir instructs young area singers while forging a relationship with the community 28 Bell Out After four-plus decades in public office, Mayor Bill Bell is passing the baton 32 Hit the …

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December/January 2017 – The Holiday Issue

Read our December/January 2017 issue in full. To get you started, here is a quick recap of what it holds: FEATURES 40 Your Guide to Stress-Free Holidays Experts give advice on winter wardrobe, mixology, appetizers, decor and a festive playlist to usher in the season 58 Talking Traditions Durham longtimers share their beloved holiday memories …

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October/November 2016 – The Design Issue

Read our October/November 2016 issue in full. To get you started, here is a quick recap of what it holds: FEATURES 28 New Chief in the Bull City Learn more about Durham Police Department Chief Cerelyn “C.J.” Davis and what she hopes to accomplish in Durham 32 Fiber is Coming What you need to know …

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September 2016 – The Foodie Issue

Read our September 2016 issue in full. To get you started, here is a quick recap of what it holds: FEATURES 30 Go West Plan your trip to the mountains with our list of fun-filled events 36 Puppy Dog Tales Three heartwarming stories from local pet rescues and organizations 40 How They Live Ignoring traditional conventions, the Strangs …

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