We're highlighting a few of our best-and-brightest young people in the February/March issue.
Check out seven profiles of sharp high school students poised for greatness in a variety of fields music, robotics, chemistry, poetry, medicine, philanthropy and sustainable agriculture.
Jim and Michael Goodmon, the irascible father-son team responsible for the success of the American Tobacco Campus, sat down for a fascinating one-on-two interview about the past and future of that project and Durham as a whole.
Our Great Home feature spotlights the Townsend family's wholesale renovation of their Hope Valley house. We're confident you'll be impressed with the finished product.
Jodee Nimerichter discusses the big shoes she has to fill as the new director of the American Dance Festival.
Aaron Lubeck offers an essay on how Durham does and doesn't stack up against what long has been viewed as the South's most progressive city, Austin, Texas.
We hear from about a dozen participants in last year's Marry Durham event about how they've honored their vows.
And parents will want to be sure to check out our complete directory to summer enrichment activities for the kids.
All that plus a full dining guide, events calendar, pictures from galas and gatherings of all stripes and a back-page feature on the first wedding held at the beautiful stone chapel on the NCCU campus!