Our second annual Arts Issue is literally brimming over with cool stuff about the talented people who have turned our city into an artist Mecca!
We've got bonus online content galore, including:
• Full Frame's inspiring School of Doc;
• A really cool audio slideshow featuring Casbah, Motorco and The Pinhook;
• A House & About column on great places to pick up local art for your home;
• A couple of CenterFest artists we couldn't squeeze into print and;
• More recipes from Scott Martin at 604!
The September print edition can be found now on newsstands at Sam's Quik Shop, Whole Foods, The Regulator Bookshop, Parker and Otis, Barnes & Noble, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Fifi's, Bull Street Gourmet & Market and more. Click HERE for a handy map!
Our cover man is Bob Nocek, president/CEO of The Carolina Theatre. He's made some bold moves since taking the reins three years ago, and taken some lumps along the way. But he has the grand, historic, newly renovated theater on a course for unprecedented success. Check out our profile to learn more about his fascinating life story and the current state of The Carolina.
Our Great Home feature includes two families – the Solies and the Harrises – that have turned their fabulous gardens into art galleries.
Contributor Jack Daly spotlights three downtown clubs that have taken Durham from an indie music also-ran to a hotbed almost overnight.
We spotlight artist Revere La Noue and his bold new vision for the Blue Devil mascot.