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

Amanda MacLaren

Fundraising, Fashionably

More than 250 guests gathered at The Cotton Room for a lunch and fashion show to support the Center for Child and Family Health. more »

Sep 25, 2014 DM Blog

Weekend Best Bets: Plants, Pride and Parties

The N.C. Gay Pride Festival celebrates 30 years, two Oktoberfest festivals bring a taste of Germany to Durham, fall plant sales abound and so much more! more »

Sep 25, 2014 DM Blog

Sally Scruggs

The House Bands

Nine corporate bands rocked hard to help end homelessness. more »

Sep 24, 2014 DM Blog

Listen to the Music

Sign up for the 2014 Bands4Good Challenge, a musical fundraiser for nonprofits in support of keeping music in participating schools around the country. more »

Sep 24, 2014 DM Blog

Wine and Dine

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

Sep 24, 2014 DM Blog

Amanda went to Beyu Caffe for brunch with a friend on Sunday in search of an apple cider mimosa. They were unfortunately all out, but the eggs benedictine was still delicious!

Amanda MacLaren

Stuff We Like

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

Sep 23, 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

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

Weekend Best Bets: Talk, Walk and Rock

… and “Dirty Dancing,” all weekend long! more »

Sep 18, 2014 DM Blog

Jessie went to the Bulls game Saturday night – and her friend caught a foul ball! We won't talk about the outcome after that ...

Jessie Ammons

Stuff We Like

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

Sep 16, 2014 DM Blog

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

Joan Miró, Femme, oiseau, étoile (Homenatge a Pablo Picasso) (Woman, Bird and Star [Homage to Pablo Picasso])

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain. © Successió Miró / Arists Rights Society (ARS), New York, New York / ADAGP, Paris, France.

Weekend Best Bets: Marty, Mirό and Manbites

This weekend has something for everyone, from music and theater to an exhibit opening and harvest festival. more »

Sep 10, 2014 DM Blog

Mercer Me!

A warm and inviting Cabernet Sauvignon from Washington state. more »

Sep 10, 2014 DM Blog

It's hard to believe it's been 10 years since the American Tobacco Campus was created. Durhamites came out in full force on Sunday for a block party celebrating that milestone. Andrea snapped this pic of two hula gals multitasking.

Andrea Griffith Cash

Stuff We Like

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

Sep 9, 2014 DM Blog

Fashion for Families

The fall fundraiser for the Center for Child & Family Health returns to The Cotton Room for a fashion show and luncheon. more »

Sep 9, 2014 DM Blog 1 Comments

For the Love of Beer

The Glass Jug, a craft beer retail store, growler filling station and bar, opens September 13 more »

Sep 4, 2014 DM Blog 2 Comments

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