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David Boegaard

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Durham Farmers' Market Presents an Old Classic, Fresh for Your Table Durham Farmers' Market Presents an Old Classic, Fresh for Your Table

By David Boegaard

Durham Farmers' Market got its start nearly 20 years ago, starting as a partnership with SEEDS, a local, sustainable agriculture group.

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A Perfection of Tradition and Novelty for 400 A Perfection of Tradition and Novelty for 400

By David Boegaard

Durham Catering aims to create innovative classics, and succeeds with aplomb. Popular items include Chicken Cooked Under a Brick, Apple Braised Pork, and savory slow-roasted Ratatouille.

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Durham's Premier Event Venue Durham's Premier Event Venue

By David Boegaard

Established in 1987, the University Club is Durham's premier private dining club and hosts corporate and social events for its members as well as educational programs and academic celebrations.

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Fighting for Breath in a Hall of Mirrors Fighting for Breath in a Hall of Mirrors

By David Boegaard

The NAATPN was founded 15 years ago to address the disparate impact that tobacco use has on the African American community.

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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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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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Guiding Kids from A to Z at the Emily K Center Guiding Kids from A to Z at the Emily K Center

By David Boegaard

The Emily Krzyzewski Center's three K to College programs provide year-round, out-of-school learning opportunities for low-income students from elementary school through sophomore year of college.

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