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History on the move at Blount Street Commons 

Click for larger image • The Merrimon-Wynne home, a classic 19th-century Victorian mansion weighing around 250 tons, is moved across Blount Street to its new location in the Blount Street Commons redevelopment project near downtown Raleigh.

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  • <a href="http://www.indyweek.com/pdf/121907/porch.jpg" target="_blank"><b>Click for larger image</b></a> &bull;The rear entrance of 610 N. Buchanan Blvd., as it appeared earlier this month. This is the stoop that appeared in photographs taken by Duke lacrosse players around midnight, March 13, 2006, and the rug seen here was also in those photos.
  • The Dukes of Durham
  • Click for larger image •The rear entrance of...
  • Photo by Derek Anderson
  • Dec 19, 2007
  • <a href="http://www.indyweek.com/pdf/121907/featurebig.jpg" target="_blank"><b>Click for larger image</b></a> &bull; Junior   Johnson
  • Bootleg turn
  • Click for larger image • Junior Johnson
  • Photo by Derek Anderson
  • Dec 19, 2007
  • <a href="http://www.indyweek.com/pdf/121207/Nanas.jpg" target="_blank"><b>Click for larger image</b></a> &bull; For the past four years the author has only worn one tie while on the job&mdash;a deep red knit tie. The color communicates his authority, experience and ability to deliver a quality dining experience.
  • Fashion plates
  • Click for larger image • For the past...
  • Photo by Derek Anderson
  • Dec 12, 2007
  • <a href="http://www.indyweek.com/pdf/121207/Piedmont.jpg" target="_blank"><b>Click for larger image</b></a> &bull; Drew Brown, left, and Andy Magowan of Piedmont in Durham wear trucker-style baseball caps instead of the traditional toque while working in the kitchen. Brown's cap was airbrushed at the North Carolina State Fair; Magowan's was customized with a Sharpie and a shot from a heirloom snub-nosed .38 by former Piedmont server Jessye McDowell.
  • Fashion plates
  • Click for larger image • Drew Brown, left,...
  • Photo by Derek Anderson
  • Dec 12, 2007
  • <a href="http://www.indyweek.com/pdf/121207/MosDiner.jpg" target="_blank"><b>Click for larger image</b></a> &bull; At Mo's Diner in Raleigh, 306 E. Hargett St., co-owner Holly Mohajer picks out the shirts for the wait staff to wear twice a year. Wes Ammerman models Mohajer's fall/ winter selection, a classic dark blue 100 percent cotton pinstripe dress shirt that keeps with the decor of the restored 1886 home and helps cover stains. "If you have an early red wine accident, it can be hard to hide later on," said Mohajer.
  • Fashion plates
  • Click for larger image • At Mo's Diner...
  • Photo by Derek Anderson
  • Dec 12, 2007

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