In July 1968 the Black Solidarity Committee for Community Improvement led a boycott of downtown Durham stores, which the committee resolved not to end until the city accepted a 15-page list of grievances and demands for change.
Durham has a bustling performing arts scene thanks to organizations like DPAC -- the Durham Performing Arts Center and the Carolina Theatre. That scene is enhanced by other organizations and venues that also bring diverse and exciting programming to stages throughout Durham to entertain residents and visitors alike.
Next Saturday, the South Durham Farmers’ Market is joining the citywide Mardis Gras celebration.
We are excited to host the Bulltown Strutters from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. for a traditional New Orleans brass-band parade. We will be serving free samples of King Cake from the local La Farm Bakery and face painting will be available for kids.
The TrailHeads, a group of trail running and outdoor enthusiasts, love playing in the woods. They also are dedicated to introducing others to the joys of the trails, and to helping create and protect natural spaces for public use.