Beats: women's health, social issues and lifestyle. Columbia Journalism School grad. Tar Heel living in NYC. Bylines: amNewYork, China.org.cn, DIYMFA.com and HerCampus.com
“Never give up on hope.” This is the message that the cast and crew of “Indigo Blue” hope their audience will take away with them.
Andresha Mcphaul likes to get her hands dirty. The 15-year-old gets dropped off three times a week at SEEDS, a community garden located at 706 Gilbert St. in central Durham that advocates sustainability and food security.
Sorghum-glazed pork belly with micro-mustards. Black walnut sausage with caramelized onion confiture and sourdough toast. Candied fig and goat cheese ice cream. These dishes may sound like gourmet entrées from Food Network, but they can be found on the menus of restaurants right here in the Triangle.
For one hour each week, parents in East Durham who struggle to find time to exercise don’t have to juggle parenting with working out.