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Chef Crafting the Future of Food Launches New Line

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July 8, 2020

With over 40 restaurants around the globe including famed LA and NYC hotspots and food critic praise from The New York Times, Los Angeles Times (He is credited with converting Jonathan Gold to praise raw vegan cuisine), Esquire, Harpers Bazaar and many more, we would love to arrange an interview with you and legendary plant based chef, Matthew Kenney who… Read More ›

 American Dance Festival RECEIVES RENEWED FUNDING FOR PARKINSON’S PROJECTS

Durham, NC, July 8, 2020-The American Dance Festival (ADF) is pleased to announced that it has been awarded funding to continue its Parkinson’s projects for 2020-21.ADF has been awarded a second South Arts Cross-Sector Impact Grant of $10,000 to support an innovative collaboration with Saxapahaw, NC, choreographers Tommy Noonan and Murielle Elizéon (Culture Mill) and Dr. Jeff Hoder (Duke University… Read More ›

Puddle of Mudd @ Cone Denim Entertainment Center

Puddle of Mudd Cone Denim Entertainment Center, Greensboro March 8th Puddle of Mudd had a good turnout considering it was a Sunday night and the Cone Denim Entertainment Center does not promote very well. The lower part of the theater was over half full with a lot of the seats up in the balcony taken…. Read More ›

Skillet and Ledger @ Piedmont Hall

Skillet & Ledger @ Piedmont Hall, Greensboro, NC March 5, 2020 After getting credentials to shoot Skillet at Piedmont Hall in Greensboro, I was told by the publicist I had to contact the opening bands separately for each of their approvals. The amusing thing was the drummer and co-vocalist of Skillet, Jen Ledger, made a… Read More ›

Drum Tao @ the Carolina Theater

Drum Tao  @ the Carolina Theater Durham February 13, 2020 With only 10 minutes that we are allowed to shoot in low light (sorry about the image quality), I just can’t begin to show you how great this performance was. There was so much more to the performance than members playing the drums. There was… Read More ›