Saturday we had what was by far our most successful excursion to the Carrboro Farmers' Market. The market manager was out of town, leaving her lovely assistant, Alex, in charge. Surprise to me, I was to be in the outfield (literally), although I expected to be under the pavilion and was completely unprepared for outdoor vending (meaning no tent). No worries, Alex to the rescue! The Market has a spare tent, which he so kindly fetched and set up for me. He even brought me an ex
I want to make sure and get this newsletter out to you all before the last minutes of before-work time pass, so I will be unusually brief.
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Govinda's Catering will be at the Carrboro Farmers' Market this Saturday, May 20th. We will be offering: 9-Vegetable Soup Yellow Coconut Rice Citrus Chipotle Sweet Potato Soup Medu Vada Banh Cam Fried Vietnamese Sesame Sweets
(photo bcmtouring.com) I hope that you will forgive the lateness of this newsletter when I tell you that in it we will take a journey to a far away, yet very sacred and special holy place known as Ahobilam. This place of pilgrimage is located in the southern Indian state known as Andhra Pradesh, which is also home to the world-famous temple of Tirupati. Unlike Tirupati, where the temple of Vishnu is surrounded by an entire spiritual city (Tirumala) and visited by millions of
What do the Honeysuckle Tea House and Johnny's (Gone Fishing) have in common? Quite a bit, really. I just noticed by looking at these photos that they are both blue, for one thing. They are also both coffee/tea houses with a country store kind of feel. (photo honeysuckleteahouse) They both offer live music and are serious community hangouts - as in good-luck-finding-parking-during-prime-time kind of serious. On Saturday I also approached both of these establishments with samp