Last week I took the short trip down route 70 into Raleigh with two main objectives, listen to good music and continue to practice taking pictures at live indoor music ...
One of my favorite things about capturing still pictures and video is the possibility of catching a completely original moment that can never be repeated. Sure you can act-out, stage or remake a moment that has already happened but it will never be as authentic and organic as its first time happening. Thats what happened […]
This event is gearing up to be a good one for anyone who loves food and music. I saw Phil Cook for the first time a couple months ago and looking forward to seeing him work magic on stage again. Chef Ricky Moore of The Saltbox has live crawfish coming in from New Orleans the […]
Washington Duke is holding another wine dinner at the end of February. Click here to see a past dinner I covered to find out what you can expect.
The recent snow and cold here in Durham caused me to look back at some old pictures from this summer in anticipation for the warm temperatures to return. It was the end of the summer last year when we realized that we did not get to stick our toes in the sand of a warm […]
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I do not normally seek out meals that consist of only vegetables, but when I found out one of my favorite food trucks was teaming with my favorite ice cream shop to hold a pop-up dinner and serving my favorite local beer, I knew I had to get onboard and embrace my inner vegetarian. The Parlour is normally […]
On Sunday afternoon we made it down to the massive food truck rodeo at Durham Central Park. I got there about 45 minutes before the start time because I was strapping a GoPro to Director of Deliciousness of the truck American Meltdown Paul Inserra and wanted to get it set before the action started. Once […]
I am not gonna lie, as much as I love food trucks I normally stay away from massive weekend food truck rodeos. It only took standing in a 30-45 minute line in the dead of the Carolina summer once to cast them off. The whole thing brought back bad memories of withering away in lines […]
A couple of weeks ago a friend of mine that lives in Arizona and is aware of my obsession with food tinkering from my constant postings on Facebook, said he was sending me some chiles from his neck of the woods. A couple days later the doorbell rang and there sat a large brown box […]