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Bruce Bridgers is the owner of The Know Bookstore and Restaurant in Durham. In operation for over seventeen years, it is currently the oldest active Afro-American-owned bookstore in the state. Bridgers has had struggles to remain open, especially with competition from large stores, like Barnes & Noble, and on-line giant Amazon.com.
Chatham County native Mildred Cotton Council, known to legions of hungry people as \"Mama Dip,\" is an institution on Chapel Hill's Rosemary Street. There in her restaurant she has prepared her own style of Southern cooking since 1976. She has written a cookbook, Mama Dip's Kitchen, markets her own line of products, and has appeared on national television.