As winter hiking season on the Eno winds down and the weather begins to warm, you might see little stems starting to peek through the blanket of fall leaves. If the weather continues to be “just right,” and before the trees leaf out, you should be treated to a wonderful blanket of daffodils dancing in the sunlight.
This is what happens when politics and ideology overrule common sense. In their zeal to "reform" the voting system in North Carolina, Republican lawmakers pushed through a change that has created confusion, more work and wasted money.
At its height, The American Tobacco Company was the largest cigarette producer in the world. After it closed up shop in Durham in 1987, the campus of historic buildings sat empty for many years before being brought back to life as one of the largest historic preservation projects in North Carolina’s history. The end result is a home-run of adaptive reuse architecture.
Next month, the SNAP program at the Durham Farmers’ Market will celebrate its first birthday. This past year has brought exciting growth to the program, and we are moving into year two with momentum and experience under our belt.
At the April meeting of the Durham Woman’s Club, Triveni Padmanabhan from India and Aliya Myrazaliyeia from Kazakhstan presented slide show presentations about their native countries. The husbands of both women are in programs at Duke University, and they are in Durham for one to two years.