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May 2016: The Women’s Issue

Read our annual Women’s Issue in full. To get you started, here is a quick recap of what the issue holds: EXTRAORDINARY WOMEN 44 Jessamyn Stanley – International yoga teacher, writer and blogger 46 Ellen Andrews – Church World Service 48 Shelley McPhatter – BridgePoint General Contracting, BridgePoint Construction Services and BridgePoint Civil 50 Heather Garrett …

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April 2016

Read our annual Home & Garden issue in full. To get you started, here is a quick recap of what the issue holds: FEATURES 42 A Tale of Two Durhams – 
From city streets to country homesteads, finding the best home for your lifestyle is easy in the Bull City 72 Clean Sweep – 
Get …

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February/March 2016

We’re celebrating the thriving entrepreneurial spirit of the Bull City with the stories of six originators who are developing big ideas, including Inspire Media Network‘s Chris Rosati, Art of Cool‘s Cicely Mitchell, Tommy Sowers of SoloPro, Jennings Brody of Parker & Otis and Chet Miller, Tom Ferguson of the Rise franchise and formerly of Durham …

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December/January 2016

Lending a hand to those in need is what this season of giving is all about. In our holiday issue, we’ve focused on eight health care heroes who provide care and compassion year-round in their various professions: a vigilant pediatrician and opthamologist; a musician turning personal tragedy into aid for others; a psychiatrist focusing on …

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October/November 2015

Durham is a city of makers, craftspeople, artists, builders, designers … our creativity knows no bounds. This issue is meant to celebrate just a few examples of the folks who add so much color to the fabric of our community: a potter whose plates are the vehicles for farm-to-table dishes at Piedmont; several Durham Craft …

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September 2015

Consider this what you need to know about our food scene, right now. There are nearly 30 pages in our annual Foodie Issue devoted to what’s new — and what’s coming soon — to the dining world in Durham. This includes a chat between two chefs new to the Bull City: Piedmont‘s Greg Gettles and …

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August 2015

Each year, we ask our readers to tell us their go-to date night restaurant, where to find the best slice of pizza or cup of coffee, which gift store has the best selection, who they entrust with the health of their pets and children, where they get in shape and get their hair cut, and …

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June/July 2015

The June/July 2015 issue, which is complimentary, can be found on newsstands at Sam’s Quik Shop, Whole Foods, The Regulator Bookshop, Parker & Otis, Foster’s Market, Guglhupf, Toast and others. We’d love to know what you think of our summer issue – send us a note and stay in touch with us via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


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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