Tattoo Diaries :: Entry #1 Natasha & Carlitta

MOI Photography and Subject 2 Change are sponsoring a month long set of blog entries dedicated to tattoos. Natasha and Cartlitta are our first entries. Natasha's Answers 1. When did you get your tattoo? March 2007 2. Where (location/city) did you get your tattoo? Dogstar on 9th street in Durham……they are AMAZING!!! 3. Was anyone…


Subject 2 Change Express Yourself Party on Saturday, July 18th @ Mt Fuji

If you are having trouble viewing this e-mail you can access it at Annual Express Yourself "T-Shirt" Party Mount Fuji 905 West Main Street #21B Durham, NC 27701 Saturday, July 18, 2009 10:00 PM until 2:00 AM $10 before Midnight with your Expressive Shirt Located in in Bright Leaf Square To get your Expressive…


Just the Tips: How to Fold A Shirt

Just the Tips: How to Fold A Shirt Unless you did time at the Gap or still have your mom doing your laundry, chances are most of your clothes are unfolded and tossed sloppily about your closet and dresser drawers. And that’s cool—a little organized confusion never hurt anyone, but having to iron a shirt…


YO:Durham & Subject 2 Change

The youth from YO:Durham came to the Subject 2 Change offices. Jamie spoke with them about achieving their Dreams and introduced the youth to screen printing. YO:Durham is an initiative of Durham Congregations In Action (DCIA). DCIA is an organization of churches, synagogues, and mosques committed to creating a community of justice and peace. With…


Profiles on our clients: Dorian Bolden of Beyu` Caffe`

After search, Beyú Caffé finds a home in the Snow Building Dorian Bolden walks around the Snow Building – the planned space for the future Beyú Caffé, a coffeehouse and jazz lounge. BY MONICA CHEN : The Herald-Sun DURHAM — The 3,000 square feet inside the Snow Building's first floor is just a shell. Bare…


Alternative Care Treatment Systems & Subject 2 Change

Mr. Kurtis Stewart of Alternative Care Treatment Systems, a mental health agency, was the lead sponsor on football camp apparel for the participants of the 2009 North Carolina Central University Summer Football Camp. Subject 2 Change also contributed to the effort.