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Speakeasy for All

Apr 28, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
During the prohibition era, speakeasies were illicit establishments where people could get liquor. The name derived from the need to speak “quietly” or easy so as to not alert authorities. Today, however, liquor flows freely […]
May 2017

Act of Hope

Apr 28, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
A rare shopping experience gives domestic violence survivors a way to celebrate In celebration of Mother’s Day, InterAct is hosting a private, free shopping event where survivors of domestic violence will have an opportunity to […]
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The Last Dance

Apr 28, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
After almost two decades as head ballerina, Carolina Ballet’s Lilyan Vigo will retire performing for the last time this month in Carmen. She shares with RM some of the highlights of her career with the […]
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May: 5 Outside

Apr 28, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
5/6 Meet in the Street Festival  Wake Forest The annual “Meet in the Street” festival showcases more than 200 local arts and crafts vendors, abundant food and White Street Brewing’s beer garden. Live music will […]
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Art of the People

Apr 28, 2017 Grayson Haver Currin
When Kim Curry-Evans arrived in Raleigh in 2010 to take a new job as the city’s public art director, most every new acquaintance she made wanted to know why. “I would be at different meetings […]
May 2017

How many pills are too many?

Apr 28, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Over the last year, the words “opioid epidemic” have resonated sharply across the state. Deaths from opioid use have surpassed traffic and gunshot fatalities, with twice as many from prescription overdoses than heroin. Four cities […]
May 2017

Race for Time

Apr 28, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Pam Kohl, Executive Director of Susan G. Komen North Carolina Triangle to the Coast, has been a public face for the fight against breast cancer through her work. However, as a seven-year survivor of ER […]
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On the Run

Apr 28, 2017 Kristy Stevenson
If you were asked to disappear and go off-the-grid for 28 days, could you do it? It may be harder than you think. Just ask English and Stephen King, a married Hillsborough couple, who competed in – and […]
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Lifestyle Living

Apr 28, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
We are fortunate to live in a city that offers diverse neighborhoods from country club homes to urban high rises. More and more you can find your lifestyle across the Triangle. According to real estate […]
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When Life Gives You Lemons…

Apr 28, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Take a sip of Summer Ask five people to name the quintessential drink of summer and the majority will say, lemonade. It’s the simplicity of mixing water, sugar and lemons together—how can you improve upon […]
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