Arts & Culture

December 25, 2014 8:00 PM

Family Picks: Triangle Kwanzaa celebrations have a strong tradition

Friday marks the first day of Kwanzaa, the celebration of African-American heritage that runs a full week. Here is information on Triangle celebrations – in Durham and Cary – which are entering their second decade.

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