Stories tagged: "Durham"

Chef and TV personality Gordon Ramsay has a Durham chef featured on the latest season of "Gordon Ramsay's Food Stars." (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)
Good News Friday: Gordon Ramsay Taps Durham Chef, and a NC Rescue Dog Lands Big Stage Role

Our weekly roundup of good news in North Carolina finds some locals taking up space on the national stage this week. Plus: A NC medical researcher is pioneering a life-saving treatment. 

North Carolina native J. Cole in concern in 2015. Cole's Dreamville Festival is one of our favorite ways to see live music again. (Photo by Robb D. Cohen/Invision/AP)
Get Lost in Live Music Again at These 6 North Carolina Spots

Here are the 6 best ways to see live music in NC, combining great music, great sound quality, and great vibes.

Camp North End in Charlotte, one of 5 hubs with tons of outdoor dining options this spring. (Shutterstock)
5 Outdoor Dining Options for North Carolina

Dining in perfect spring weather makes everything better - here’s our list of outdoor dining hubs that will plug you into the community this season. 

President Joe Biden tours semiconductor manufacturer Wolfspeed Inc., in Durham, N.C., Tuesday, March 28, 2023, with CEO Gregg Lowe and North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper, right. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
In North Carolina, Biden Says GOP Policies Would Surrender Tech Economy to China

The president spoke at a Durham semiconductor maker about the billions of dollars in investments his administration has made in tech, climate change, and infrastructure.

Graphic by Francesca Daly for Cardinal & Pine
10 Black-Owned Restaurants to Try in Raleigh and the Research Triangle

To honor Black History Month, we’re continuing to highlight Black-owned businesses across North Carolina, with a deep dive into the food scene in the state’s fastest-growing metro region.

The Durham artist is a leader in the local music scene. (Image via
Being Shirlette Ammons: The Durham Musician on Embracing Life as a Queer, Black Woman in the South 

"Spectacles," the forthcoming album from the Durham artist, delves into a lifetime navigating a hybrid identity: QPOC, artist, and rural Southerner.

A NC bookstore owner curates her book selection by focusing on the joys of Black childhood. (Shutterstock)
Why Children’s Books Centering Black Children Are So Important

For Banned Books Week, a North Carolina bookstore owner on raising a generation of Black children that see themselves on the page.