Carolyn “Tootie” Holloway is well known in Durham for her food truck and for her community activism. She has organized several major events to unite her East Durham neighborhood. Now she and her family are raising money to make a permanent restaurant that she hopes to be a community gathering place.
Carolyn “Tootie” Holloway is well known in Durham for her food truck and for her community activism. She has organized several major events to unite her East Durham neighborhood. Now she and her family are raising money to make a permanent restaurant that she hopes to be a community gathering place. tlong@newsobserver.com
Carolyn “Tootie” Holloway is well known in Durham for her food truck and for her community activism. She has organized several major events to unite her East Durham neighborhood. Now she and her family are raising money to make a permanent restaurant that she hopes to be a community gathering place. tlong@newsobserver.com

Tar Heel of the Week: Food trucker Tootie Holloway builds community in East Durham

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