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The charm of where we chose to spend our more formative years extends beyond Duke’s stone walls into the heart of Durham, a city with its own unique allure. The aesthetics alone are enough to make downtown inviting. As a former tobacco giant, this city is sprinkled with old brick warehouses chock-full of character. Many of the walls are dressed in sun washed murals and advertisements for Wrigley’s, Chiclets and Pepsi-Cola to name a few. There is something encouraging about taking a walk and seeing the cracked paint cling to the walls. It provides a sense of culture and past.
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Many folks around the nation have embraced the “Eat Local” movement, in regard to meat, produce and dairy, but not much attention has been paid to fish. EAT LOCAL FISH DAY on Tuesday, 9/25 will introduce you to sustainable seafood.

Please join Duke Dining and Bon Appetit Management Company at the Marketplace on East Campus on Tuesday, 9/25 at lunchtime, for the Eat Local Fish Challenge. Helpful apps, recipes and extensive research will be available to all and sustainable fish populations will be highlighted.