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1. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 1

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 1

In our inaugural episode, Durham Magazine/Chapel Hill Magazine VP of Content Andrea Griffith Cash talks to Ginger Young of Book Harvest in Durham about a big event coming up on MLK Day, reveals the winner of the Crook's Corner Book Prize, discusses a new favorite cookbook from Nancie McDermott and encourages listeners to help a very special children's book get published. MUSIC CREDITS Rob DiMauro - drums Dylan Turner - bass Gabe Reynolds - keyboards Chris Wimberley - rhythm acoustic guitar Libby Rodenbough - violin donstewartmusic.com

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2. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 28

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 28

The Durham food scene has had an unusually busy summer, so Andrea asks food blogger Amber to fill listeners in on openings (like Boheme and Lucky’s Deli), closings (including Four Square and Spartacus) and chef changes (at Piedmont and The Boot). Plus, Andrea commends Durham-based The Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern on its efforts to pay artists a living wage.

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3. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 3

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 3

VP of Content Andrea Griffith Cash talks with Gabe Barker of the hotly anticipated Pizzeria Mercato in Carrboro about his cooking style and growing up both in Chapel Hill and in the Magnolia Grill kitchen; previews the North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, coming to the area February 1-14; reviews the new Bottle 501 bottle shop in New Hope Commons; and encourages listeners to join her at the Carolina Inn Bridal Showcase, happening Jan. 31. MUSIC CREDITS Rob DiMauro - drums Dylan Turner - bass Gabe Reynolds - keyboards Chris Wimberley - rhythm acoustic guitar Libby Rodenbough - violin donstewartmusic.com

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5. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 9

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 9

VP of Content Andrea Griffith Cash chats with her boss, Dan Shannon. He’s the founder and president of Chapel Hill Magazine and Durham Magazine. Their conversation focuses on Chapel Hill Magazine, as that publication is celebrating 10 years with a very special March edition. Andrea also reveals Chapel Hill Magazine’s newest columnist, former Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt. And she previews an upcoming show at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro: “Life Is Magic,” starring magician Josh Lozoff.

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6. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 19

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 19

Andrea chats with singer/songwriter Kamara Thomas – who is featured in Durham Magazine’s new Women’s Issue – about the album she’s working on and why she prefers Durham to Brooklyn. Plus, she introduces listeners to groundworkk, an event-based crowdfunding organization that encourages the community to come together to better ideas. And she gives a plug to Dragonwing girlgear, a specialized line of sports bras, camis, tanks, compression shorts and leggings for 8- to 17-year-olds.

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9. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 6

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 6

Vice President of Content Andrea Griffith Cash catches up with Durham Mayor Bill Bell about what he hopes to accomplish in his final months in office and how he thinks the presidential election will shake out; introduces listeners to the local illustrator who has teamed up with Bob Dylan on a children’s book; and shares Chris Rosati’s next BIGG idea for making Durham the epicenter of kindness.

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10. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 10

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 10

Andrea gets the latest from James Beard-nominated Matthew Kelly about his newest projects – Lucky’s Deli and Mothers & Sons – and asks him what trendy ingredient he’s tiring of these days. Plus, she shares the impressive mission of the Food Bank of Central & Eastern N.C. and introduces listeners to a new spirit that goes great in a Bloody Mary – Fair Game Beverage Co.’s Flying Pepper Tobago Vodka.

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11. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 18

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 18

Andrea catches up with Chef Ricky Moore of Saltbox Seafood Joint. He sounds off on responsibly sourcing seafood, his plans to make Saltbox a regional business and the dinner party guest list of his dreams. Plus, Andrea talks Moogfest, coming to Durham May 19-22, and encourages families to check out the Chapel Hill–Carrboro YMCA Fam Jam at University Place this Sunday from noon to 5.

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12. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 17

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 17

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Meals on Wheels' Stacey Yusko previews a special May 12 fundraiser and talks about how she's been involved with the nonprofit since she was a little girl. Plus, Andrea offers an overview of the Art of Cool Festival, returning to Durham from May 6-8 and boasting a lineup that includes Terence Blanchard, Thundercat and The Internet. And, as Andrea explains, you won't want to miss a very moving video tribute at durhammag.com to Nana's Chef/Owner Scott Howell that debuted at a dinner in his honor last month.

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13. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 4

Talk Of Our Towns -  Episode 4

VP of Content Andrea Griffith Cash looks ahead to the rest of Carolina basketball’s tough ACC schedule with Voice of the Tar Heels Jones Angell; previews Steel String's Sour Barn Bash at Rock Quarry Farm on Feb. 6 and a concert by Rhiannon Giddens at Memorial Hall in Chapel Hill on Feb. 28; and reveals one of her favorite local Instagram accounts – The Durham Doll.

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14. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 21

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 21

You may recognize Kim Lan Grout. She graces the cover of Durham Magazine’s Women’s Issue (the May issue). Two years ago, Kim Lan launched The Redefining Disabled Project, a photo and short narrative series featuring people with various disabilities, as a way to tell raw stores and expose what life with a disability is really like. In this episode, Andrea also dishes about Chapel Hill's Midway Community Kitchen, which hosts cooking classes, pop-up markets and dinners, and free and sliding scale food/nutrition classes.

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15. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 20

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 20

Andrea talks to Cheryl-Anne Kast and Nancy Creamer of the Farm to Fork Festival about the local chefs involved (and the participation of President Obama’s former chef Sam Kass) and how the event supports beginning farmer training programs. Plus, she previews The Carolina Inn’s Barbecue Throwdown on June 11 and the 28th annual UNC-Chapel Hill/American Red Cross Carolina Blood Drive on June 7 at the Smith Center.

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16. Talk Of Our Towns Commercial

Talk Of Our Towns Commercial

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17. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 13

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 13

Play ball! Andrea chats with Matt Sutor, the director of communications for the Durham Bulls as the team kicks off their season and plans a special “Durm night.” She also urges listeners to visit Chapel Hill pop-up shop Xenia, which specializes in gorgeous but simple floral bouquets, sustainably produced teas, and locally made products like soaps, pottery, chocolate and preserves. And she reveals what’s new at The Station in Carrboro, which has reopened after a change in ownership.

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18. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 23

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 23

Yvette West talks about Bulldega, her new bodega and market, which features a living herb wall and a wine section and is a true family affair. As someone who lives above the store – literally – Yvette explains why the time was right for Durham’s downtown residents to be able to walk somewhere for spaghetti sauce, cleaning supplies, to-go meals, flowers, local meat, ice cream and more. Andrea also explains why summer is a great excuse to head to Fearrington Village for wood-fired pizzas at the Roost Beer Garden. (The pies there are topped with ingredients like duck confit, crispy pancetta, crispy capers, truffle sour cream and caramelized onions!)

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19. Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 26

Talk Of Our Towns - Episode 26

Andrea chats with Roberto Copa Matos of Old Havana Sandwich Shop in downtown Durham about his recent trips back to his native Cuba, the lost dishes of Cuba that he is recreating as part of special dinners on the third Friday of every month and the small farm he has started in Hillsborough to ensure his customers eat globally and locally at the same time. Plus, Andrea shares details about a perfect canine-bonding experience – Dog Friendly Durham tours involve meeting at Durham Central Park, pairing with a pup and touring five to seven local dog-friendly businesses for drinks and eats.

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