We what we Heard in September

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This is a recap of last month’s “What We’ve Heard” column.

 

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In September 2014:

We heard…

the old Durham County Courthouse is a renowned low-pro spot for shooting skate videos.

We heard…

Tinto’s Pedicabs will be making their debut at Centerfest.

We heard…

that Rise Biscuits is offering franchise opportunities.

We heard…

that an indoor Trampoline spot is opening at Northgate Mall.

We heard…

that Motorco’s members Anniversary Party is going to be HUGE!

We heard…

that Durham Arts Guild Members can get an exclusive tour of one of the finest privately owned Porsche collections in the world, right here in Durham. Comprising about thirty-five 911s, 356s and other Porsche models.

We heard…

that the Jamnesia line-up is going to be deep.

We heard…

The Brothers Vilgalys distillery is on the move.

We heard…

that the DURM Hip-Hop Summit was a big hit.

We heard…

that Tom Ferguson of Rise Biscuits is going to open an Italian Restaurant in the Lakewood Shopping Center.

We heard…

that Barley Labs all natural dog treats have expanded out of their Cookery location.

We heard…

that the Bull City Social Club might be co-hosting an event with Sustain-a-Bull.

We heard…

that Intrepid Life is closing and the space is for lease.

We heard…

that The Carrack just signed a new three year lease on West Parrish Street in their current location. (Hurray for our Durham!)

We heard…

that Acme Plumbing, a great old-school Durham business, is going to be printing bumper stickers and possibly t-shirts.

We heard…

that The Luchadoras, the Mexican Female Wrestlers of Durham, might be making an appearance at the DURM Hip-Hop Summit.

We heard…

that the apartments across from City Hall and down the alley from Dos Perros and Bull City Burger are getting closer to finished every day.

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inside view ground floor

We heard…

what is going into the spot next to Monuts Donuts.

We heard…

the staff at 106 Main is really nice.

We heard…

the building now labelled #539 Muse, across from the Liberty Warehouse teardown, is also slated to be developed.

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