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J Caldwell for the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

The Experience of Celebrating

A premiere party for "Miró: The Experience of Seeing" was held at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University to thank donors of the exhibition.

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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

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

Sally Scruggs

The House Bands

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

Sep 24, 2014 DM Blog

Amanda MacLaren

Won't You Beer My Neighbor

Folks in Watts-Hillandale celebrated National Night Out by meeting their neighbors at a beer garden hosted by Tom and Kim Miller. more »

Aug 12, 2014 DM Blog

Charlie dives in.

Emily Toth

Dog Days of Summer

Hillside Pool went to the dogs during Durham Parks and Recreation's first Pooch Plunge more »

Aug 18, 2014 DM Blog

Amanda MacLaren

Warm Welcome

Take a look through our photos from The Carolina Theatre's VIP Reception for this year's N.C. Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. more »

Aug 18, 2014 DM Blog

Txak Full of Fun

It was a perfect day for Txakolifest 2014. more »

Jun 16, 2014 DM Blog

Career Advice

Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill hosted its first Career Day, giving Upper School students the chance to learn about a variety of job fields from a panel of experts more »

Mar 17, 2014 DM Blog

Dos Perros Chef Charlie Deal serves some tasty eats to Will Sampson.

Samantha Stoyer

A Palata-bull Evening

Sunday's Bull City Food and Beer Experience showcased local food and premier craft beer more »

Mar 11, 2014 DM Blog

The Name is McDonald

The secret agents came out to support the Ronald McDonald House of Durham at its James Bond-themed Winterfest Gala at Angus Barn in Raleigh more »

Mar 6, 2014 Seen & Heard

Blues Revival

Hayti Heritage Center scales down the Bull Durham Blues Festival this year in an effort to rebuild the popular event more »

Sep 10, 2013 DM Blog

A Day at the Circus

Triangle Day School presented circus-themed musical performances, poetry, refreshments and a tour of the school to celebrate its Grandfriends’ Day this past Friday more »

Apr 29, 2013 DM Blog

Hope on the Horizon

Triangle business leaders gathered at the Washington Duke Inn for a special breakfast to support Housing for New Hope more »

May 16, 2013 DM Blog

Derby Days

The Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club hosted a daylong celebration for the Kentucky Derby more »

May 6, 2013 DM Blog

All That Jazz

North Carolina Central University celebrates its 23rd Annual Jazz Festival more »

Apr 23, 2013 DM Blog

The Right Notes

KidZNotes celebrated another year of transforming the lives of underserved children through classical, orchestral music at its third annual gala and fundraiser at The Carolina Theatre more »

May 2, 2013 DM Blog

Fueling Up for Farm to Fork

Local farmers and chefs gathered at Six Plates Wine Bar to celebrate the achievements of Farm to Fork 2012 and gear up for this year's picnic more »

Feb 6, 2013 DM Blog

An Evening with Lemurs

The Duke Lemur Center hosted a forest walking tour and reception to thank its donors and supporters more »

May 21, 2013 DM Blog

Altar Egos Unleashed

Tre Bella Bridal supported Girls on the Run of the Triangle at Friday’s Altar Ego Fashion Show more »

Mar 5, 2013 DM Blog 1 Comments

JLDOC Forum Focuses on Bullying Issues

An anti-bullying campaign was among other issues discussed at this year's Community Leaders Breakfast, an event dedicated to identifying ways the Junior League of Durham and Orange Counties can assist the community more »

Mar 4, 2013 DM Blog

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With this ring, we thee wed

The Rev. Carl Kenney makes the Marry Durham event official by putting a bull ring in Frank Stasio's nose. It pinched a bit, Frank said, but well worth it.

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