People in the know are excited about the 2015 vintage in Europe. Almost every region has reported a superior growing season. But this is not a reason to ignore 2014, when some terrific wines were also made. One area that thrived was the southern Rhône. I recently tasted a Côtes du Rhône red that pleases […]
A listing of Triangle theater performances through November 6, 2017 OPENING: * House of the Fury – Sonorous Road presents an interactive and immersive experimental haunted house experience. Viewer discretion strongly advised. Final performances: Tuesday 8:00 to 11:30, admission at 10-minute intervals to 9:20. Sonorous Road Theatre, Royal Bakery Bldg, 3801 Hillsborough St, […]
About five years ago, Adam Wenzlik accompanied his children to a birthday party where the kids were all invited to learn some martial arts moves. “I was sitting there watching our kids, and it looked like they were having so much fun,” Adam remembers. “The kids looked excited, but it also seemed like a good […]
SPORTS We are fortunate to have many specialized sports complexes and team leagues to help kids expend some energy and learn leadership and discipline skills along the way. Complexes like Baseball Rebellion (currently based in Hillsborough, but planning to move to Durham soon), Bull City Gymnastics, OC Gymnastics in Hillsborough and Chapel Hill Gymnastics offer […]
A FATHER AND SON AND THEIR VERY DIFFERENT CAREERS IN THE CHESTERFIELD BUILDING Among the thousands of new workers who’ve arrived in Durham in the last decade, with an estimated 20 more joining us every day, Sedrick White appears pretty typical, and in some ways he is. He is college educated, works in a technology […]
Image: Natalie Nobles A listing of Triangle theater performances through October 30, 2017 OPENING: Life Sucks. – A group of old friends, ex-lovers, estranged family members, and lifelong enemies gather at a house in the country to grapple with life’s thorniest questions – and with each other. Manbites Dog presents Aaron Posner’s 2015 […]
North Duke Street used to be home to Respite Cafe, but now, another coffee shop focused on innovation and community is taking it’s place: Kaffeinate opened earlier this week. Durham loves its coffee shops, and Kaffeinate’s opening closely follows that of Joe Van Gogh’s newest location in West End, along with Cocoa Cinnamon’s third in Lakewood….
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Jane Austen A listing of Triangle theater performances through October 23, 2017 OPENING: * Blue Ridge Sky – Staged reading of a new musical by Hunter Foster about a college professor who takes his grown children and their families to the mountains to await the end of the world. Music and lyrics by Georgia […]
Image: Rkinch A listing of Triangle theater performances through October 16, 2017 OPENING: Darkside – Burning Coal stages Tom Stoppard’s 2013 radio drama incorporating music from Pink Floyd’s 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon, and tricky questions of moral philosophy. Directed by Pálína Jónsdóttir. This week: Thursday-Saturday 7:30, Sunday 2:00. Continues […]
A listing of Triangle theater performances through October 9, 2017 OPENING: * Momma’s Boy – “The story of a young man who takes pride in being macho but really is a momma’s boy.” One performance: Tuesday October 3 at 8:00. Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh. dukeenergycenterraleigh.com * School Project – Writer Ethan Lipton and artistic […]