Tiffany Griffin and Dariel Heron turned a hobby into a thriving business, using scents to share stories about Blackness.
Areli Barrera Grodski and Leon Grodski Barrera are Durham-based roasters that offer coffee with a focus on community.
On May 15, Chatham Park celebrated the installation of a sculpture by local artist Theresa Arico in honor of the opening of the Guild Apartments in the MOSAIC community in Durham.
Keep your brain working this summer! These bars and restaurants offer weekly trivia nights with fun prizes, drinks and food.
On April 29 the Durham Library Foundation hosted All Booked Up, an after-hours party celebrating the library.
Jefferson Hart and his daughters make up this rock band that turns inside jokes and sweet memories into music.
The Sarah P. Duke Gardens brim with the beauty of a new season as thousands of cherry trees, tulips, daffodils, and poppies burst into bloom.
The Hillsborough based painter is known for his colorful work that combines realism and abstraction.
On June 26, Horse & Buggy Press hosted an opening reception for Looking Out, Looking In: Drawings, Prints and Books by Ippy Patterson at PS 118 Gallery on West Parrish Street in Durham.
The North Carolina artist’s exhibit at Anchorlight Gallery touches on nature, time, and love.
Once a stand for garden extras, this roadside produce stand in Durham keeps the farming community thriving.
Out of things to do? From a giant strawberry to a house shaped like a shoe, visit some of these wacky and wonderful sites right here in North Carolina.
Traveling exhibition “The Future is Female” at the 21c Museum Hotel in Durham highlights contemporary art by women.
Filmmaker and Hayti Heritage Film Festival curator Lana Garland discusses the importance of black film and the effect it has on the community.