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May 2015

We’re proud to present our third annual Women’s Issue, which features incredible women bolstering Durham’s businesses, arts organizations, nonprofits, schools and homes. You’ll also find a touching tribute from Duke‘s Coach Mike Krzyzewski to his mother, and a section in which we partnered with Dress for Success of the Triangle and three Durham businesses to …

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April 2015

Spring has finally arrived! This issue celebrates the return of warmer weather with a tour through Sarah P. Duke Gardens, ways to get outside and play at several recreational facilities, a look at the Durham Bike Co-op and so much more. VP of Content Andrea Griffith Cash gives a brief synopsis in this video: The …

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February/March 2015

We’re ecstatic to present our 50th issue to you. Our city has experienced a tremendous amount of growth since we launched in 2008, and we felt it was important to look back at the strides we’ve made together as a community to bring Durham to where it stands today. And we’re still moving forward at …

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December/January 2015

The team at Durham Magazine wishes you and yours a very happy holiday season! It’s our hope that the December/January 2015 issue will offer a lot of inspiration during this magical time of year. Use our helpful Gift Guide to shop locally and find presents for everyone on your list. Have your spirits lifted as you …

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October/November 2014

This issue has literally gone to the dogs. We have devoted nearly 30 pages to content centered around Durham pups, from Great Danes to Beagles to Pugs and all the mixed breeds in between. By the time you’re finished flipping through the “Dogs of Durham” feature, we guarantee you’ll have a smile on your face …

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Sept14

In This Issue: September 2014

In our fifth annual Foodie Issue, we investigated just how the Bull City takes its drink. From discovering our strong coffee culture to a discussion with some of Durham’s well-known bartenders to advice from North Carolina’s only certified Master of Wine, this issue highlights the prominent beverage side of the South’s Tastiest Town. The September …

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Aug14

In This Issue: August 2014

You voted, we tallied. In this issue, we reveal the Best of Durham, according to you, for everything from chef to neighborhood, burger to teacher, landmark to event, and all that falls in between. More than 5,000 votes votes were cast in our annual reader poll, and we’re very excited to reveal the results. Pick …

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In This Issue: June/July 2014

As was the case with our inaugural Women’s Issue, the toughest part in putting the publication together was choosing from the plethora of phenomenal women who live and work in Durham. Once again, we were struck by the dedication each one has to contributing to the growth of this community and the hard work, tough …

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May14

In This Issue: May 2014

The May 2014 Home & Garden Issue includes: Downtown Dwellers – Hundreds of residential units are going up downtown within a year, including West Village Phase III, Church + Main, 605 West apartments, Whetstone Apartments and Durham Central Park Cohousing Community How They Live – The Andersons create a vacation house at home in Hope …

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