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One Last Muffaletta and Stroll Down Royale Street

Saturday morning while many people were making their way into New Orleans for the first weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival we were looking to beat the crowds and make our way out of town after having a great Friday at Jazzfest. Over the last three days we absorbed as much New […]

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Entertained from Royale Street to Louis Armtrong Park: Jazzfest Day 2

The following is part two of a series. Please click here to view part one.   On our 1st full day in the big easy we fully immersed ourselves in the four things that draw us south to New Orleans a few times a year, food, drink, history & music. Royale Street has quickly become […]

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Clothing, Art, Beer and Music: Runaway Spring Release Party

  Looking for something to do this weekend? Saturday April 12th Runaway Clothing will be throwing a party in Durham to celebrate it’s 2014 Spring Release. The event celebrates the release of Runaway’s newest clothing delivery and Durham’s great community of supporters. This will be the first opportunity to purchase pieces from the new Spring 2014 […]

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On display was artwork from dozens of local and national artists which were created and submitted in response to the record itself. Each piece of art will have a limited run of cassettes bearing the artist’s work.

No Light / No Dark – The Carrack

For the last couple of months I have been contributing to the Durham-based Clarion Content. In addition to being another outlet for my writing, photography and videos, it has also been an opportunity for me to swap ideas with some pretty sharp people and end up in some places that I might not normally happen […]

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The Carolina Theater built in 1923 is the cities last of the original theaters built in Durham

Jamie McLean and Foy Vance Jam at The Carolina Theatre

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 […]

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Food Trucks and Live Music at the Casbah, My Kind of Christmas Party

There are only a few shows left at the iconic downtown music venue Casbah before it turns into a Game Bar and I am glad I will be around to catch tomorrows line-up. 4 live bands playing original music, local food trucks (Chirba Chirba Dumpling and Liv’s), and everyone is welcome! Co-presented with Soigné Special Events, LLC andSound […]

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Until You Remember – Put Your Home Videos to Your Favorite Song

The best part of La Buena Vida “the Good Life” is the people I share it with. The time I spend away from them makes me appreciate them more everyday. I made this video to visualize the time we spend apart and how much it means when we come back together. I used the song, […]

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Get Your Rib-on / Twin City Ribfest

This weekend “Him and Her” and hungry family members will travel to Winston-Salem, North Carolina for the Twin City Ribfest. Below is some information for anyone thinking about attending and what to expect, seems like a great time to us: In 2005 the Texas Pete Twin City RibFest began in a church parking lot in downtown Winston-Salem, […]

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