Stuff We Like: Scratch’s Apple Pie, Bullpin Apparel and Fullsteam’s Cackalacky Pale Ale

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Each week, we share – through pictures – what the folks behind Durham Mag have been doing around town. We’re always out and about, just because we love this place; we hope you’ll comment with what you’ve been doing, too!

Scratch Bakery

ScratchAutumn in Durham means festivals, fall foliage and best of all, apple pie at Scratch.

Battle of the Bands

Battle of the BandsVP of Content Andrea Griffith Cash and Administrative & Operations Assistant Caroline Kornegay rocked out at Triangle Corporate Battle of the Bands, which benefited Book Harvest. The Substitutes from Durham Academy performed Bonnie Tyler’s “Holding Out for a Hero,” among other hits. But the winners were The Psycho Metrics of MetaMetrics. Their version of “Mustang Sally” brought the crowd to its feet.

Bullpin Apparel

Bullpin ApparelDurham-based Bullpin Apparel has the cutest baby clothes! Associate Editor Amanda MacLaren picked up this “adore-a-bull” onesie for a baby shower.

True Flavors Diner

True Flavors DinerWe highly recommend going to True Flavors but bring a big appetite. Check out their massive meatloaf plate!

Fullsteam in the Holy City

Fullsteam in CharlestonAmanda got a taste of home while visiting Charleston this weekend in the form of a Cackalacky ginger pale ale from Fullsteam at The Belmont on King Street.

Kendra Scott

Kendra ScottAndrea went to Kendra Scott‘s grand opening at Southpoint. A percentage of sales that night went to Susan G. Komen!


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