Munch On the Run
Durham is home to dozens of great mobile dining options. Since 2008, chefs in Durham have used the lower barriers to entry of the mobile opportunity to take new concepts to the customers. This has resulted in a wide range of options that span the globe.
Aside from the expected vendors of Latin-American cuisine, Durham has pizza, Korean BBQ, homemade ice cream, burgers, grilled cheese sandwiches, a mobile deli, donuts, cupcakes, coffee, and more – all on wheels. All this is in addition to Durham’s colorful palate of brick and mortar places that range from affordable to extravagant.
Look for food trucks all about town and on their favorite form of communicating where they are parked, Twitter.
Food Truck Rodeo [VIDEO]
Durham's food scene is internationally recognized...and now it's taken to the streets!
Exhibition exploring the creation and maintenance of borders, both physical as well as psychological, through the works of artists primarily from South Asia. These artists focus on the idea of partition as a productive space - where nations are made through forging new identities and relationships; reconfiguring memory and creative forgetting; re-writing history and the making of myths; and through the creation and patrolling of borders. Admission $5, $4 seniors, $3 non-Duke students with student ID.