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Take your kids to these hidden Durham treasures 

We know and love Durham Bulls baseball games, The Museum of Life & Science and Duke Gardens. What do you do when you gotta get the kids out of the house but you're tired of the same old, same old? Break the…

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Some more to add to this list. Arguably the coolest bar in town, The Republic, located between Whisky and Mateo. …

by MahaaFoodie on Seeing Durham through the bottom of a glass (Durham County Finder)

This was just a list of bars, nothing really interesting was said about any of them. I thought by the …

by Donya Smith on Seeing Durham through the bottom of a glass (Durham County Finder)

The Mutual Savings Bank over the We Want Oprah building jut around the corner? For shame.

by Erik Landfried on The illustrated encyclopedia of Durham (Durham County Finder)

I have an art exhibit on display this month - May 2013 - at the above-mentioned Joe Van Gogh (1104 …

by kittenry on Where to see and be seen in Durham (Durham County Finder)

Not that it matters, but surely you know that Tyler's is a fairly recent addition to downtown (like all of …

by Shocka Kahn on Seeing Durham through the bottom of a glass (Durham County Finder)

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Some more to add to this list. Arguably the coolest bar in town, The Republic, located between Whisky and Mateo. …

by MahaaFoodie on Seeing Durham through the bottom of a glass (Durham County Finder)

This was just a list of bars, nothing really interesting was said about any of them. I thought by the …

by Donya Smith on Seeing Durham through the bottom of a glass (Durham County Finder)

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