In the past year and a half or so, The Duhks have become a band again, said founding member and banjo player Leonard Podolak. Started in Canada in 2001, The Duhks’ 2006 album, “Migrations,” was nominated for a Grammy Award. In 2012, they took a two-year hiatus, changed their lineup and released a new album last summer.
DURHAM – The Bull City will celebrate July 4 with a baseball game, music, fireworks and more Saturday.
DURHAM – Since its beginnings in 1966, the Eno River Association has helped Eno River State Park grow to more than 4,000 acres. The association also has preserved land and created riverfront parks in Durham and Orange Counties.
DURHAM -- Four Fridays of free live blues music at Durham Central Park begin July 10 with the 12th annual Warehouse Blues Series, with a blues harmonica theme for 2015. Performers include Mel Melton & The Wicked Mojos (July 10), Jarekus Singleton (July 17), The Luxuriant Sedans (July 24) and Paul Messinger (July 31).
The Scrap Exchange is a funny place to some and a treasure trove to others. The pragmatist sees barrels of stuff ready for the recycling machine; the romantic sees glittery jewels, the makings of toys or the elements of a painting.
A new exhibit at the Durham Arts Council has drawn complaints about its placement in a gallery next to two dance studios that serve young students.
Sarah Anne Johnson (b. 1976) uses a variety of art techniques such as painting, sculpture and digital enhancement to enlarge the meanings of her photographs. What she does can best be explained through one of her pictures from the Arctic.
Blue Devils last postseason win came in Dallas' Cotton Bowl in 1961
Q. I read that a new study on statins and short-term memory was published by JAMA Internal Medicine online on June 8, 2015. Would you address this? It seems contrary to what I have read in your column.
The Frank Gallery in Chapel Hill and the Pleiades Gallery in Durham offer two different exhibition options for artists.
Well, it’s that time of year again: the sweltering, moist, and thoroughly unpleasant circle of heck that is summer in North Carolina.
At a young age I didn't like shrimp very much. Fortunately my Mom didn't either, so I didn't hear the dreaded: "You can't leave the dinner table until you clean your plate."
The adage is true: time flies.
The 2014-15 school year is receding in the distance, although it is not quite over. We have students working in summer programs. Teachers have been participating in professional development. Principals are hiring staff.