Features

All Greek to Me

A classic Chardonnay from the Napa Valley more »

Oct 1, 2014 DM Blog

Driving Force

Sustain-a-Bull is hosting a membership drive through November 15 to recruit local business representatives and supporters. more »

Oct 1, 2014 DM Blog

Andrea went to Dos Perros on Saturday night. The Charlie Quesadilla is a dish worthy of its namesake – the restaurant's chef and owner, Charlie Deal. And don't forget the Freshtini, made with Maker's Mark, agavero tequila liqueur and lime.

Andrea Griffith Cash

Stuff We Like

What we've been up to around town. more »

Oct 1, 2014 DM Blog

Delights for Eyes Both Young and Old

New Nasher Museum of Art exhibit "Miró: The Experience of Seeing" focuses on work from the last two decades of the artist’s life. more »

Sep 26, 2014 DM Blog

Hans Lie-Nielsen, a Duke University senior, works with Stein to discover new technologies and brainstorm how to incorporate them into the schools' curriculums. With a background in environmental and marine sciences, Hans strategized ways to use the quadcopter to study seasonal and grass change in middle school science classes.

Claire Mayes

Creating a Buzz in Durham Classrooms

David Stein, PepsiCo K-12 Technology Mentor, brings new energy to Durham classrooms. more »

Sep 19, 2014 DM Blog

Stephanie Randall

Stay Centered

The 40th annual CenterFest filled the streets of downtown Durham with arts, music, food and more. more »

Sep 22, 2014 DM Blog 1 Comments

Letting the Dogs Out

The Coalition to Unchain Dogs is a finalist in PetPartner's Animaltarian of the Year for their continuing efforts in dog relief. more »

Sep 22, 2014 DM Blog

Briana Brough

View from the Top

Amanda Smith's rooftop terrace offers a bird's-eye view of downtown more »

Sep 19, 2014 Home & Garden

Briana Brough

A Round of Drinks with Your Friendly Neighborhood Bartenders

A spirited chat with six familiar Durham faces more »

Sep 19, 2014 Dining

Briana Brough

Order Up!

11 incredible new restaurants on the scene and the great dishes you have to try more »

Sep 19, 2014 Dining

Some of the leaders behind the forthcoming LGBTQ center - Milan Pham, Kirk Royal, Jamie Jennings and Helena Cragg - at Motorco.

Briana Brough

Central Command

Many have wondered why the Triangle's only LGBT center is located in Raleigh. Durham is about to change that with its own LGBTQ organization, slated to open in 2015. more »

Sep 17, 2014 Bull City Biz

This year's Project Graduation scholarship winners were Ella Berry of Northern, Kristena Armwood of Jordan, Nija Watson of Southern School of Energy and Sustainability, Deshai Atwater of Hillside and Emani Richardson of Riverside. (Not pictured: Naomi Gilmore of Hillside New Tech High School and Daniel Roth of Durham School of the Arts.)

Drusylla Strickland

Pulling an All-Nighter

Project Graduation keeps the party going for celebrating teens more »

Sep 16, 2014 Our Schools

Briana Brough

Modern History

Deborah Chay put the fab in her prefab house more »

Sep 15, 2014 Home & Garden

Heba Salama Photography

Why Yoga, Part II

What my practice means to me. more »

Sep 15, 2014 DM Blog

Move It

Online furniture and home goods resale marketplace Move Loot expands to Durham. more »

Sep 15, 2014 DM Blog

Pitch Perfect

Join in the PopUp Chorus on Mondays at Motorco Music Hall. more »

Sep 11, 2014 DM Blog

Briana Brough

Dogs of Durham

A fun slideshow of the dogs we met at Bark in the Park. more »

Aug 29, 2014 DM Blog

We're Hiring!

Shannon Media – publisher of Chapel Hill Magazine and Durham Magazine – is seeking a sales associate! more »

Aug 28, 2014 DM Blog

  • Wine and Dine

    A quick review of Revolution's food, drink and more. more »

  • Briana Brough

    Order Up!

    11 incredible new restaurants on the scene and the great dishes you have to try more »

  • Soup's On

    Summertime gazpacho from Bleu Olive Bistro more »

  • Harvest 18

    Karla Towle

    Southern Eating

    Pork belly lettuce wraps and shrimp 'n' grits more »

  • On the Rise

    Rise Biscuits & Donuts to expand breakfast/café concept internationally through newly launched franchise program. more »

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  • (M)eat Local

    Firsthand Foods provides consumers with sustainable and healthy meats more »

  • On Fire

    Pompieri Pizza: Where it's up to you to decide the slice size of your pizza using your own set of kitchen shears more »

  • Give Me A Break

    Respite Café encourages customers to relax and take in their surroundings with afternoon tea. more »

  • Harvest 18

    Karla Towle

    Good Eats

    Our meal at Harvest 18 was so good, we had to ask Chef Jason Smith for the recipes. Learn exactly how to make his shrimp and grits and pork belly lettuce wraps. more »

  • The Piedmont

    A cocktail recipe by Jonathan Blitz, Barrister & Brewer more »

  • Hard to Choose

    Local 22 lives up to its name by creating upscale, decadent meals in a relatively laid-back, neighborly atmosphere more »

  • Raise a Glass

    Triangle Pint & Plate offers a casual, friendly spot to enjoy some of Durham’s finest craft beers more »

  • A Foodie Paradise

    Getting to know our farmers, eating seasonally and just appreciating a really solid meal – it’s the Triangle way. more »

  • Grand TASTE Experience 2014

    Briana Brough

    Taste – The Event 2014

    We sipped. We savored. We celebrated. Relive it all through a video and photos! more »

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Upcoming Events

Cheyenne Jackson

Cheyenne Jackson

A face you might recognize from the hit NBC comedy 30 Rock, Jackson is also a singer and songwriter. In 2013, he released a new album of original music, I'm Blue, Skies, which includes well-known singles "Drive" and "Before You." On Oct. 1 at The Carolina Theatre, Jackson will be singing hits from the Great American Songbook, which features the most influential American popular songs of the 20th century in the tradition of Tin Pan Alley and Broadway spectaculars.

Rauschenberg

Rauschenberg: Collecting and Connecting

Artist Robert Rauschenberg came to national attention in his early 20s. He began creating monochrome paintings in 1951 and had developed his famous Combine paintings by 1954, though he worked in many mediums. This exhibit, on display at The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University from Aug. 28 to Jan. 11, 2015, offers a fresh look at 34 of Rauschenberg’s works spanning six decades of his career, art that he reserved in his own collection. It includes painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, sculpture, fresco, assemblage, photography and film.

Creative Food Drive

Creative Food Drive

Put your creativity to the test on Oct. 18 by designing and constructing any image out of nonperishable food items at this year’s Creative Food Drive at Durham Central Park. Companies, organizations, students and community members raise or purchase the food, which is then donated to Housing for New Hope at the end of the competition. Architecture firm MHAworks created the drive, which will also have live music from local bands, food trucks, local breweries and a kid’s zone with pumpkin painting and a bouncy castle.

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