Andrea Griffith Cash

Andrea Cash is the former Senior VP of Content for Chapel Hill Magazine.

SECU Family House Invites Public to Groundbreaking on Major Expansion

SECU Family House at UNC Hospitals will hold a ceremonial groundbreaking on its building expansion on Wednesday, September 12 at 9:30 a.m, and the public is invited to attend. The expansion will add a new wing to the existing house on Old Mason Farm Road, nearly doubling the total number of rooms from 40 to …

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Episode 33 – Carolina Performing Arts’ Amy Russell

Amy and Andrea overview Carolina Performing Arts’ new season, which kicks off tomorrow and features Chris Thile, Dorrance Dance and a 10-day festival in honor of composer Philip Glass. Plus, Andrea introduces listeners to Fernweh Jewelry, which is based out of Durham but inspired by faraway lands.   

Episode 32 – TerraVita’s Colleen Minton

Colleen and Andrea preview this year’s festival – happening Sept. 28-Oct. 1 and featuring a book release party in Vivian Howard’s honor, an East Meets West dinner and the annual Grand Tasting at Southern Village. Plus, find out how Bee Downtown is helping to rebuild local honey bee populations.

Episode 31 – DPAC’s Rachel Traversari

DPAC’s senior director of marketing talks about going to the Tonys, DPAC’s upcoming Broadway season (which includes “Finding Neverland” and “Fun Home”) and her favorite Broadway show of all time. And Andrea reviews a new book by Durham resident Bronwen Dickey that examines our society’s complicated relationship with pit bulls as a breed.

Episode 29 – Steel String Brewery’s Eric Knight

Eric previews Steel String Brewery’s Cardinal Directions Beer Fest at Carrboro Town Commons on July 30 and discusses beer trends. Plus, Andrea highlights the work of Laura Tierney’s The Social Institute, which strives to show young people that social media can be an empowering – instead of a scary – place. 

Episode 28 – Bites of Bull City’s Amber Watson

The Durham food scene has had an unusually busy summer, so Andrea asks food blogger Amber Watson to fill listeners in on openings (like Boheme and Lucky’s Deli), closings (including Four Square and Spartacus) and chef changes (at Piedmont and The Boot). Plus, Andrea commends Durham-based The Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern on its efforts to …

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