Meanwhile, Over on Parrish Street

Having lived in the area for two years now, I have come to realize that Durham is in a constant state of change? Whether you call it gentrification or call it progress, traversing downtown always […]

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A Mid-Century Modern Architectural Classic in Durham

Houses You Can’t Have: The George Watts Hill, Jr. House – Durham, NC Welcome to Houses You Can’t Have, a blog series featuring interesting properties with significant architecture in and around Durham that are not on […]

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Follow Go Bull City on Instagram

With daily and continual updates on both Facebook and Instagram, you should be following Go Bull City on Social Media platforms: Here are the links:

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Fighting a Creative Urge is Futile at The Scrap Exchange

I follow The Scrap Exchange on social media and have always enjoyed their posts. However, up until yesterday, I had never been there and for that, I felt somewhat ashamed. When they posted some pics of what […]

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An Architect’s Own in Forest Hills

Houses You Can’t Have: Feels Carolina, Looks California – Durham, NC Welcome to the first of Houses You Can’t Have, a blog series featuring interesting and architecturally significant properties in and around Durham that are not […]

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Yes! You Can Have Chickens in Durham!

Although it should come as no surprise, many people don’t realize that you can, HOA permitting, have chickens in the city limits of Durham. In fact, there’s even a group and website devoted to chickens […]

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Zen Moments along the Eno River

We all know Durham is a techie town. People are constantly connected and constantly engaged. Intellectual conversations are always taking place and so many people are involved in the next big thing. However, sometimes it’s […]

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A Morning Stroll Through Maplewood Cemetery

Although once on the outskirts of town, Maplewood Cemetery is owned by the city of Durham and consists of well over 100 acres. Established in 1872, many of Durham’s founding fathers and prominent citizens are […]

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AP Reports RDU is a Mid Century Modern Hotbed

According to the Associated Press, the North Carolina Triangle is a hotbed for fans of modernist homes. Martha Waggoner reports that a 1950s two-bedroom home in a neighborhood just outside downtown Raleigh may not seem special at […]

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