Durham is a city of many facets. It is the site of the Research Triangle Park, the Duke Medical Center, and 50 percent of the state's biotechnology companies. It is a city that does not like to tear down its history. Buildings that once housed tobacco and textiles represent some of the city's finest architecture. They are now used as offices, shops, restaurants, living spaces, and studios for artists. Wright discusses things to do while visiting Durham, including exploring Civil War history, tobacco history, and African-American history; the arts, such as the American Dance Festival and the Carolina Theatre; and the environment at Eno State Park.