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Explore the sights and sounds of Durham's alleys

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click to enlarge LISA SORG
  • Lisa Sorg

I spent part of the last two weeks strolling the alleys of Durham. During my journey, a woman offered me tomato plants, a man told me, in Spanish, about his daughters' success in college and a restaurant worker politely inquired why I was standing behind the downtown eatery with a digital recorder.

I wrote about the alley adventure for this week's Summer Guide. Here is a slideshow, accompanied by natural sound, of what I heard and saw.

  • Explore the sights and sounds of Durham's alleys


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