What We’ve Heard August-September

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Okay, okay we are a little behind, but check out all the fly gossip we heard back at the end of this Summer from the Clarion Content’s “What we’ve Heard” page. And if you want freshest scoop of “What we’ve Heard” in Durham and elsewhere, check out the  latest updates here.
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We heard…

that HappyMess Art may have an expansion on the horizon.

We heard…

that one of Durham’s best creative and strategic thinkers is organizing a “It’s a freelancers economy” unCompany holiday party.

We heard…

that handicap access doors on the expensive new Durham Courthouse Building have repeatedly broken.

The new courthouse

The new courthouse

We heard…

that the current Seven Star Cycles location is being eyed as a spot for a French Bistro (of course, guess that depends on what happens with the rest of the alley.)

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We heard…
the developers of the “new” hotel building coming in that alley did not consult the folks who own the building that houses Organic Transit and Seven Star Cycles.
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the future hotel Alley

We heard…

that the Durham Civil Rights History Mural Project has been put on hold until a new location is found.

We heard…

that the Durham Art Guild is expanding into two side by side studios at Golden Belt.

We heard…

that DJ Echobreaker will be DJing at Skewer’s, formally Bread and Kabob, every Saturday night.

We heard…

the Survivor Squad mixtape will be dropping soon.

We heard…

that the building adjacent to The Durham Farmer’s Market has become a theater.

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We heard…

that there will be a new recording studio opening October 12th, called Panther-Lass. They will do mixing and editing with $20 record sessions. Sounds sweet!

We cannot guarantee the veracity of every last one of these statements, but we can guarantee you that we heard them. Please email corrections to— clarioncontent at gmail dot com.

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Aaron Mandel

Aaron Mandel is a writer and an accomplished public speaker. He is the publisher of the Clarion Content. For more than a decade, the Clarion Content has covered Durham’s arts, politics, music, and cultural milieu. From breaking news stories to the hottest local acts, the Clarion Content is on the scene. The Clarion Content published more than twenty distinguished guest columnists and garnered nearly a million views. Mandel is a volunteer for the Durham Mighty Pen Literacy Project and serves as the President of the Board of Sustain-A-Bull Durham, a local small business collective with more than 200 members. He writes regularly on the Clarion Content and has been quietly writing fiction since the 4th grade. Mandel has been published in the Raleigh News and Observer. He has also produced numerous art shows, including, “Durham under Development”. He was a featured speaker at “The State of Publishing” conference. He has presented to Durham Chamber of Commerce, “Chamber U” on the “New Media”. He has also served as the play-by-play announcer for the D.B.L., a Durham youth basketball league. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Religious Studies from Indiana University in Bloomington. An avid policy debater at Indiana and a Nation Debate Tournament qualifier, Mandel was also a member of the New Jersey State Champion two-person Policy Debate Team. He has lived in North Carolina, New Jersey, California, Texas, Illinois, Colorado, Indiana, and Baja California, Mexico.

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