Monthly Archives: February 2016

Spotlight: Curated by Chet Miller in Durham

by Jesma Reynolds Jennings Brody likes to keep shop. The owner of the successful café/market/gift store Parker & Otis in Durham has recently opened another venue, Chet Miller, just down the road. Named for her grandfather, a “scrappy” candy salesman…

Frameworks

by Mimi Montgomery photograph by Travis Long Tucked into a row of shops off Dixie Trail, Frameworks is a family-owned gallery and frame design shop that’s been in business for 40 years. Owners Charles and Carolyn Younger started it as…

Triangle Table Tennis

  by Jessie Ammons  photograph by Travis Long For many, 6 p.m. on Friday cues happy hour, dinner reservations, or some other version of unwinding and disengaging. For a dedicated group at Triangle Table Tennis, though, it’s intense. It’s game time.  “Practice,…

Fred Crisp

  by Jessie Ammons photograph by Travis Long Fred Crisp knows life lessons can be learned through sports. That’s one reason he became a coach for his church’s co-ed recreational basketball league almost a decade ago. “Our whole emphasis is on…

Dr. Philip Griffin

by Mimi Montgomery photograph by Travis Long Dr. Philip Griffin has always had a good ear: The longtime musician plays the guitar, bass guitar, and drums – and as a true child of the ’90s, his musical tastes lean toward rock…

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