The passionate female duo Amelia’s Mechanics draws inspiration from everyday life to set memories to music.
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When the tobacco industry left town, so did a piece of Durham’s spirit. But two decades after American Tobacco produced its last cigarette here, a reinvented campus on the same site thrives with businesses built for the future, giving the city a new soul, rising from the ashes.
Tar Heel Tradition: Sutton’s Drug Store
For decades, the flavors coming off the flattop grill in the back of Sutton’s Drug Store have been reason enough to stop in for a bite. But it’s the family feel of the place that brings most customers back on a regular basis.
Regularly mistaken for a bakery, Mother Murphy’s in Greensboro has been churning out delicious and intriguing aromas for more than half a century.
One man’s hobby grew into a haven for serious music collectors and a bright spot for many who just want to plug into their past.
A Literary Community: Purple Crow Books
Owner Sharon Wheeler has reason to believe in Purple Crow Books’ success. She opened the store in a town populated by acclaimed writers and devoted readers.