August 7, 2019

Tucked into the corner of the the big brick building at the intersection of Newmarket and Dover Roads, you will find the Durham Historic Museum entrance.  I've gone by it a million times, but this was my first visit inside.  On Tuesdays and Saturdays fro...

August 5, 2019

Welcome to the first edition of the Durham art guide! I've rounded up the visual art that Durham has to offer and highlighted each of them here.

Downtown Murals

Bright and happy, the downtown murals transformed our dreary alleyways into cheery and fun walkways!

The Saxbys...

August 2, 2019

The first Sunday of each May, New York City hosts Bike The 5 Boros.  The ride unleashes a horde of 32,000 cyclists on a 42-mile course that passes through all five of the city's boroughs.  While the concept is awesome, early May weather can be tough.  As our team shive...

August 1, 2019

Hey kids of Durham, what are you doing this summer? The Durham Historic Association is hosting a historic treasure hunt!

Open to Durham residents between the ages of 8 and 17 years old, this treasure hunt is a fun way to explore ten historic sites in your hometown! Part...

December 17, 2018

When I first visited Doe Farm Trails back in October and wrote part 1I took a left at the sunny clearing and explored the somewhat messy but beautiful trail ahead. Naturally, I was eager to make a return trip to explore more of the Doe Farm Trails. This time I brough...

October 14, 2018

Durham has beautiful trails and conservation areas. The Oyster River Forest and Spruce Hole Bog, College Woods, and Adam's Point are among the most popular, but are you familiar with the Doe Farm Trails? I wasn't until recently when I heard the Town of Durham has assem...

September 10, 2018

Seems like just a minute ago, we were in enjoying summer, and suddenly it has slipped away.  UNH students are back, and Oyster River Schools are in session.    With the return of responsibility comes busy schedules that can become a grind.   Fortunately,  there are ple...

May 29, 2018

Memorial Day  just passed, and that means it's officially time to think about summer.  While you may already have some vacation plans, what about the time you're  hanging around Durham?

Rotary Club of Durham-Great Bay Firewor...

May 6, 2018

Between the Cyclobombs of March and the cold lousy weather in April,  it's easy to forget that summer vacation is just around the corner.  If you're starting to panic about your kids' summer plans,  the R.E.A.C.H. collaboration between Oyster River School District and...

February 3, 2018

 This winter Durham Parks and Recreation Director Rachel Gasowski and Land Stewardship Coordinator Ellen Snyder are working together to lead a series of snowshoe hikes in Durham's Conservation areas.

The first hike was at the 54-acre Thompson Forest located on Wednesday...

January 14, 2018

If you're thinking of going to the movies or attending a lecture series,  what are your options?   Portsmouth Music Hall, Regal Cinema, and BarnZ's come to mind, but what does Durham have to offer?     One option you may have overlooked is UNH's Memorial Union and Stud...

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