Durham

By Pete Eisenmann[caption id="attachment_22067" align="alignnone" width="300"] Copyright Discover Durham.[/caption]As we approach the end of Summer and the beginning of Fall, Durham moves into full swing with a variety of festivals and events for everyone. Here is a summary of some of the annual festivities:August...

By Mariana ByrdThis weekend the travel section of the New York Times published an article titled “The 41 Places to Go in 2011”.  The 41 places tend to be exotic, including Santiago, Chile, Koh Samui, Thailand, Iceland, Milan, London, Loreto, Mexico, Oahu, Melbourne, Australia, Durham,...

By: Mariana ByrdToday, Tuesday, November 2, 2010, is the day to get out and vote.  The 20 million dollar street bond referendum is up for a vote today.  The city of Durham would like to borrow $20 million to repave 150 miles of streets.  The...

By:  Mary Rae HunterI recently read an article by Dena Kaye in the Architectural Digest.  Dena's topic was the complexity of downsizing.  (With an "8,000-plus-square-foot dream house" on her hands, Dena is probably a safe bet for being an expert on the matter!) What motivated...

By Jessica SadlerBill wrote recently about Durham's new downtown/Duke free bus: The Bull City Connector(http://www.bullcityconnector.org). The office decided to take our first collective ride this past Tuesday and enjoy a lunch out in place of our weekly meeting. Most of us had used it already...

By Jessica SadlerBill wrote recently about Durham's new downtown/Duke free bus: The Bull City Connector(http://www.bullcityconnector.org). The office decided to take our first collective ride this past Tuesday and enjoy a lunch out in place of our weekly meeting. Most of us had used it already...

By: Page PageI recently received an email from my homeowners association list-serve about the new Durham Bike & Hike map.  What a great resource for the citizens of Durham!  If you like to get out there on your feet or bike, this is the map...