RUNAWAY + The Clarion Content
at Durham Central Park’s
Food Truck Rodeo

Gabe at RSRP

The Clarion Content will be well represented at today’s Food Truck Rodeo in Durham Central Park. Frequent collaborator and RUNAWAY founder Gabe Eng-Goetz, and Columnist/Clarion Content Podcast co-host Justin Laidlaw, aka Buddy Ruski, will be stationed at the Runaway Clothes booth (on Hunt St.) during this afternoon’s festivities beginning at 12pm in Downtown Durham.

Recently, our team partnered with as well as participated in the Runaway Spring Release Party this past April. DURM is embedded in the fabric of Durham’s cultural uprising. We look forward to future collaborations with RUNAWAY as we continue to chronicle the movement.

Make your way to Durham Central Park between 12-4pm and treat your father to 1 of the 40+ food truck vendors, music, and more. For the less adventurous among us, you can find all the vendors located on the map:

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Stop by the Runaway Clothes booth as you traverse the sea of smells, people, and smelly people, and share with us what it means to be a Denizen of Durham. The Food Truck Rodeo is a great example of all the cool happening in the Bull City, but we would love to hear from you, the people, just what it takes to rep the bull horns.

The Clarion Content and Runaway Clothes would like say Happy Father’s Day to all the men making a difference in the lives of others!

 

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Clarion Content is a Durham-based online magazine that curates and creates the thriving culture that gives our city its identity. Our community building is only as strong as our collective contributions. Our team of curators welcomes your comments, suggestions, and concerns. We are open to all points of view, especially those that challenge and therefore stimulate our own. We also encourage reader submitted material as well as guest columnists. See something cool, outrageous, outlandish, or important? Have a great cause? Send us a note or stop by our offices at the Mothership, 401 West Geer Street inside the MotorCo complex.

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