Making Durham’s public art more visible to all

For retired Judge Craig Brown, the DADA project (for Durham Audio Described Art) unveiled Tuesday in CCB Plaza represents the removal of a partial barrier to enjoying visual art. Brown has been blind for about 25 years. Before he became blind, he enjoyed visiting museums and galleries, but his blindness took away that enjoyment.

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Video: Future farmers learn and compete at annual Central Piedmont Jr. Livestock Show

They told her not to name him, but she did and Kinley Haze and “Wilbert” formed a bond. Kinley, 16, is a sophomore at Orange High School. Six-month-old Wilbert is a 223-pound Blue Butt show pig.
Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
Video: Future farmers learn and compete at annual Central Piedmont Jr. Livestock Show 1:54

Video: Future farmers learn and compete at annual Central Piedmont Jr. Livestock Show

Raw Video: Rising water at the Eno River 1:06

Raw Video: Rising water at the Eno River

The Durham Senior Divas 'N Dudes entertain at the Great Human Race 0:56

The Durham Senior Divas 'N Dudes entertain at the Great Human Race

Video: Chapel Hill Zen Center celebrates the flowering of the Buddha 1:46

Video: Chapel Hill Zen Center celebrates the flowering of the Buddha