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May. 26, 2015 @ 09:00 AM

A ‘bad habit’ that worked out well

My personality is riddled with a virtual Encyclopedia Britannica of bad habits.  Ask anyone who knows me or has even spent a modest amount of time with me, and they will all agree, “Yup, that babe has numerous unique issues.”

 

May. 26, 2015 @ 01:00 AM

Best Bet: Shiloh Hill

Shiloh Hill will perform Friday in the Bynum Front Porch Series, at the Bynum General Store, 950 Bynum Road. All performances run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the outdoor stage. Although tickets are not required, a hat is passed and a $5 to $7 donation is encouraged to compensate the performers. For information, visit www.bynumfrontporch.org.


May. 23, 2015 @ 04:20 PM

REVIEW: ‘Birth’ offers mixed messages

Anjanée Bell’s latest incarnation of her “Birth of Existence Project — Bridge of Light” offered highlights in the debut of her two hour-long, multi-media work Friday night at Reynolds Industries Theater. The work also suffered from an abundance of riches.


May. 21, 2015 @ 03:26 PM

Summer book reviews: 'Odysseus Abroad,' 'Catch You Later, Traitor'

This is the second installment in an occasional series of summer book reviews. Today's reviews by Cliff Bellamy -- “Odysseus Abroad” and “Catch You Later, Traitor”


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Jan. 16, 2015 @ 05:32 PM

Joan Miró: Seeing in three dimensions

The Joan Miró exhibit at The Nasher Museum of Art is subtitled “The Experience of Seeing.” Friday, a group of museum visitors toured of the exhibit and got to express their personal experience of seeing by making sculptures using dried plants and other materials at the Sarah P. Duke gardens greenhouse.


Jan. 10, 2015 @ 09:28 PM

Blue Greenberg: Exhibition looks at film history of N.C.

The exhibition “Starring North Carolina: 100 Years, 3000 films” at the Museum of History in Raleigh through Sept. 6 is a survey about the movies and the important place North Carolina has in the industry.


Jan. 03, 2015 @ 06:41 PM

Blue Greenberg: A look at the 2015 spring arts schedule

The spring schedule is all about new work in the galleries and a new look at painting, sculpture and architecture in the museums. Stand-outs from just reading the lists are Francois Boucher (1703-1770) at the Ackland, the Freelon Associates at N.C. Central University’s Museum of Art and late 20th century art from the collection of Blake Byrne at the Nasher Museum of Art.


Columnist: Lewis Bowling View All »

Dec. 26, 2014 @ 08:25 PM

Looking back a half century to a Duke bowl win

Blue Devils last postseason win came in Dallas' Cotton Bowl in 1961



Columnists: Joe & Terry Graedon View All »

May. 23, 2015 @ 03:06 PM

People's Pharmacy: Does FDA care whether generics work?

It is important to report problems to the FDA because the agency may investigate, especially if the manufacturer is named. The best way is online at www.FDA.gov/safety/medwatch/ or by calling 888-463-6332.



Columnist: Blue Greenberg View All »

May. 23, 2015 @ 03:50 PM

Blue Greenberg: Hillsborough’s thriving visual art scene

Hillsborough is no longer the sleepy little town in the shadow of Chapel Hill and Durham. It is an art destination with galleries, festivals, gardens, restaurants, a world-class auction house and published authors everywhere.



Columnist: Debbie Matthews View All »

May. 26, 2015 @ 09:00 AM

A ‘bad habit’ that worked out well

My personality is riddled with a virtual Encyclopedia Britannica of bad habits.  Ask anyone who knows me or has even spent a modest amount of time with me, and they will all agree, “Yup, that babe has numerous unique issues.”

 



Columnist: Don Mauer View All »

May. 19, 2015 @ 12:19 PM

Recipe for ‘reduced-guilt chocolate cake’

One glance at the cover of "Food52 Genius Recipes: 100 Recipes That Will Change the Way You Cook" had me doing a double-take. My head spun and my eyes widened the same way as dogs in Disney's "Up" when they hear ""Squirrel!!!"



Columnist: Bert L'Homme View All »

May. 26, 2015 @ 11:08 AM

Honoring some great educators

Some of the best educators in North Carolina are right here in Durham Public Schools, and I am proud to tell you about them.


Restoring a measure of respect

In budget, protecting instruction is top priority

High hopes for Made in Durham

The flaw in School Performance Grades