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Episode 27 – Hillsborough Mayor Tom Stevens

Andrea checks in with the mayor about the recent mill fire in Hillsborough, how he’s seen the town change during his six terms in...

Episode 26 – Old Havana Sandwich Shop’s Roberto Copa Matos

Andrea chats with Roberto about his recent trips back to his native Cuba, the lost dishes of Cuba that he is recreating as part...

Episode 28 – Bites of Bull City’s Amber Watson

The Durham food scene has had an unusually busy summer, so Andrea asks food blogger Amber Watson to fill listeners in on openings (like Boheme...

Episode 25 – Nugget Comfort’s David Baron

Andrea chats with entrepreneur David Baron about his line of functional couches, which he created as an answer to the clunky and ugly futons...

Episode 24: Haw River Ballroom’s Heather LaGarde

Heather LaGarde talks about a recent concert at the Haw River Ballroom that was all about speaking out against HB2 and previews the lineup...

Episode 23: Yvette West of Bulldega in Downtown Durham

Yvette West talks about Bulldega, her new bodega and market, which features a living herb wall and a wine section and is a true...

Episode 22 – American Dance Festival’s Jodee Nimerichter

Jodee Nimerichter, who has been the director of the Durham-based American Dance Festival since 2012, previews this year’s lineup, which kicks off June 16...

Episode 21 – The Redefining Disabled Project’s Kim Lan Grout

You may recognize Kim Lan Grout. She graces the cover of Durham Magazine’s Women’s Issue (the May issue). Two years ago, Kim Lan launched The Redefining Disabled Project, a...

Episode 20: Cheryl-Anne Kast and Nancy Creamer of Farm to Fork

Andrea talks to Cheryl-Anne Kast and Nancy Creamer of the Farm to Fork Festival about the local chefs involved (and the participation of President...

Episode 19 – Durham Singer/Songwriter Kamara Thomas 

Andrea chats with singer/songwriter Kamara Thomas – who is featured in Durham Magazine’s new Women’s Issue – about the album she’s working on and...