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The Sweet Taste of Durham, North Carolina

Summer, a great time to visit family and friends and to take a few trips to explore exciting cities or the treasure-filled environment around you. My usual summer excursions usually include visiting the bustling city of San Francisco or the breathe-taking blue shores of Lake Tahoe. 608 more words

Dining Out

Parks with an (almost) 1.5 year old

Going to the park is a lot of fun, and it tires my kids out! (Makes for great sleeps.) But going with my 1.5 year old is a little tough at the same time. 170 more words


A second honeymoon destination

Memories of this beautiful corner of the United Kingdom named Durham has been echoing since a year as my better half spent an amazing years in Durham Business School. 627 more words



Venerable Bede, Presbyter. (A.D. 673-735). Monk of Wearmouth and Jarrow. He was the great teacher and writer of the Anglo-Saxon Church; of saintly character and extraordinary scope of acquirements; author of The Ecclesiastical History of the English Church, Lives of Saints and Martyrology, Commentaries on the Old and New Testament, and translations into the vernacular, on which (the Gospel of St. 53 more words



Welcome to my blog … I love photography and I will be sharing some of my newest pictures and old favourites, starting with some pictures I took a few weeks ago on a trip to Durham. 31 more words


Contributing to a good night’s sleep

In the summer of 2014, I was offered an internship by the Anthropology department to spend four weeks working in the Parent-Infant Sleep Lab. The lab is headed up by Prof Helen Ball and Dr Charlotte Russell, who are experts in their fields no less! 621 more words

Can’t Kids / Schooner — Split 7” (Sit-n-Spin)

Both Columbia’s Can’t Kids and Durham, North Carolina’s Schooner augment intuitive song structures with unexpected textures.

Free Times | May 27, 2015

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