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Lap it Up: YMCA for Dogs! Lap it Up: YMCA for Dogs!

By James Tock

We believe that owners should participate in activities with their dog. At Lap it Up we provide a safe environment for you to exercise your dog, practice your sport, play games, swim, train, or have a dog party with your friends.

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BBQ Served Up with a Side of Live Music at The Blue Note Grill BBQ Served Up with a Side of Live Music at The Blue Note Grill

By Elizabeth R. Elstien

Featuring classic North Carolina barbeque served up with a side of live tunes, this combination restaurant and music venue has much more to tantalize your taste buds and wet your whistle. Find out why The Blue Note Grill is one of Durham's newest hotspots.

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Blurring the Distinction Between Gallery and Art Blurring the Distinction Between Gallery and Art

By David Boegaard

Spectre Arts opened a couple of years ago in a historic, century-old church in the Golden Belt District. They're still feeling their way forward in some ways, but that's because Spectre Arts is more than just another gallery -- it's trying to be a work of art itself.

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Something Rich and Strange: Antiques and Crafts at James Kennedy Galleries Something Rich and Strange: Antiques and Crafts at James Kennedy Galleries

By S. Mathur

Located in Brightleaf Square in the heart of downtown Durham NC, James Kennedy Galleries offers a collection of beautiful and intriguing antiques and crafts. The enduring values of craftsmanship and beauty make antiques perennially appealing.

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Durham Arts Council Builds a Community Through Their Art Durham Arts Council Builds a Community Through Their Art

By Sherry DeVries

The arts bring us together to celebrate our history and heritage and are a key part of building a high-quality community that attracts and keeps businesses and residents.

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Down Home Cooking at Geer Street Garden Down Home Cooking at Geer Street Garden

By Joshua Grammer

Looking for great food and a casual dining experience in Durham? Geer Street Garden offers a variety of Cajun-inspired and Southern dishes that appeal to a variety of palates.

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Page Road Grill Brings Casual Fine Dining to the Research Triangle Park Area Page Road Grill Brings Casual Fine Dining to the Research Triangle Park Area

By Pamela Sosnowski

The newest addition to the Chapel Hill Restaurant Group, Page Road Grill, offers finer casual dining, Southern cuisine, and fair prices in a community poised for growth.

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The Carrack: A Place Where Liberty Meets Community The Carrack: A Place Where Liberty Meets Community

By David Boegaard

Located in lush and youthful Durham, NC, The Carrack seeks to reopen the dialogue between galleries and artists.

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Stagville State Historic Site: A Slice of Southern History from Two Viewpoints Stagville State Historic Site: A Slice of Southern History from Two Viewpoints

By Elizabeth R. Elstien

With more focus on the African American experience in pre-Civil War times, Stagville State Historic Site in Durham is taking a much-needed approach to southern plantation history. From its massive slave genealogy project to its unique structures, see why Historic Stagville is a significant slice of Southern history.

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Each One, Teach One: Taking Substance Abuse Each Resident at a Time Each One, Teach One: Taking Substance Abuse Each Resident at a Time

By Kelly Church

TROSA is a Durham, NC residential community and nonprofit organization for helping substance abusers start a new life. The multi-year residential program pulls from education, vocational training, and, most importantly, patient compliance to set residents up for lifelong success.

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