If you'd like a primer on how NOT to engage your potential customers as a new restaurant owner, please read the comments that Wayne Johnson (owner of Johnson Family BBQ) has entered on the Carpe Durham blog discussion about his restaurant. First rule of the primer should be, "don't swear at your customers and/or call them rude names".
100% agreement here. There is no finer leader in the State than Dr. Rev. William Barber II. There has never been a greater cause in this State where all persons need, if nothing else, the basic information and motives of this General Assembly. If you were there to see the concern, knew the true goals of the General Assembly, and were fortunate to have been among those that stood up, took a stand, and saw the actions, perhaps you would understand this is about all the Citizens of NC. I proudly let them cuff me to help expose their cruel, mean spirited agenda. To do nothing is the real sin!!!
This was just a list of bars, nothing really interesting was said about any of them. I thought by the title you would have more insight into each spot and not just a basic overview. Not to be mean, but as a new person in Durham, this maybe the most boring bar hoping article I've ever read.
The Mutual Savings Bank over the We Want Oprah building jut around the corner? For shame.
I have an art exhibit on display this month - May 2013 - at the above-mentioned Joe Van Gogh (1104 Broad St, Durham)! Pop by and check it out! http://www.facebook.com/events/50245945647…
Not that it matters, but surely you know that Tyler's is a fairly recent addition to downtown (like all of the American Tobacco complex)? Durham has been "cool" long before Tyler's decided to open an outpost downtown. Futhermore, the "Durham Find Your Cool" sloganeering will forever piss me off.
An extensive piece on South Durham is in our Eats guide. Also, Kat Benson, the author of the piece in the Durham Finder about places for families—all over the county—lives in South Durham.
I'm going to have to agree with Fritx, not putting Tyler's in there is a big mistake. Tyler's came in well before most of those places and helped pioneer craft beer in the triangle. They were downtown before it was cool.
There is more to Durham than just downtown, how about doing a feature on South Durham? Lots going on there too!~
Tylers Taproom should be on there
I live in Western NC, about 40 miles NE of Ahseville, at about 4,000 elevation. I have some oak logs that were inoculated with shitake spores about 5 years ago, but have never produced. Suddenly (it's early May, been very wet and cool), my logs are covered with what look like shitakes. Are there wild poisonous mushrooms from this area that may have taken over my logs, which look like shitakes? I am itching to gather these, but am wondering if it's possible for the spores to stay dormant this long. Sure don't want to eat anything that I shouldn't.
"If we've lived this way for 200 years, why in heck's name would you want to change it now?" he says. "Nobody's given me an answer on that."
Here's a true story of South of the Border from 1999: http://youtu.be/P1CbvVGDzDQ.
If Yamazushi goes vegan, I will never set foot in the place. The whole article had me very, very interested... until reading that one line. I'm all for a fine dining experience, and it sounds like a wonderful date. But if it's vegan, count me out. Japanese food without some sort of meat is not Japanese food.
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Well, Now we know we have a wealthy landowner developer citing the education statistics. I could have sworn the PKS-NC stood for the Piedmont Kennel Society of NC.....I don't need any statistics now!
Note to Page McCullough: Sorry, I forgot. With the statistics cited by Mr. Price, and if the studies do exist, could you ask him to inform us if the researcher(s) used a null hypothesis and if the researchers were successful in rejecting the null hypothesis. Thank you.
Note to Page McCullough: When you get those statistics and methodologies from Mr. Price, could you forward me a copy? If he is kind enough to include references, whether this is a longitudinal study or one of control groups, and whether the analysis, if comparable, is significant at the p = ..05 or .01 levels, could you send that along too? Thank you.
Clarification......save us from the elected members of the General Assembly., he said.......Tribute to HBS
Shoot if you must, this half-bald head, but save our future from criminals in the NC General Assembly, he said.........Tribute to HBS
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