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July 2017 / August 2017

Home Sweet Sitter

Jul 31, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Leaving home on vacation is supposed to be relaxing and exciting… … but sometimes it’s hard to escape the worries associated with leaving pets behind, plants that need to be watered, potential leaks or other issues. […]
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Top 5 to Check Out

Jul 31, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
…just outside Raleigh Zipquest Waterfall & Treetop Adventure Fayetteville Ziplines are a popular summer activity in the Triangle, and if you’re a fan you need to make the trip down to Fayetteville and check out […]
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Dinner No Dishes

Jul 31, 2017 Tracy Jones
Please your party crowd with a food truck When my husband requested that our favorite food truck cater his 40th birthday party, I was intrigued, but skeptical. We’ve catered parties before and I’m not the […]
July 2017 / August 2017

How’s The Boss?

Jul 31, 2017 Kristy Stevenson
In today’s world of online transparency, likeability may be vital for top CEOs The old way of leadership, where the CEO and upper management rule over employees and determine the direction of an organization, is […]
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Bourbons for Any Palate

Jul 24, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
By John Trump Strike up a conversation about the history of bourbon and expect to hear any number of whiskey-soaked yarns, myths and tales. I’ve done the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and visited some 40 distilleries […]
July 2017 / August 2017

Finding His Groove

Jul 24, 2017 Mandy Howard
Raleigh funk artist, Jamil Rashad (aka Boulevards) finds a more mature voice on his second album, but never forgets where he came from. Love for music came at an early age for Jamil Rashad, aka Boulevards. Growing […]
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Refreshingly Rosé

Jul 24, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
In the last year sales of rosé have more than doubled, so what’s behind the rise? “Rose is the perfect wine when the weather starts warming up,” says Lindsay Rice, Owner of Vita Vite Raleigh. […]
July 2017 / August 2017

Flower Girl

Jul 24, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Can’t get to the florist? She’ll come to you. Petals on the Go, the Triangle’s first mobile florist has been blooming for just over a year, offering reasonably priced bouquets, custom floral designs and party activities, […]
July 2017 / August 2017

Blast From the Past

Jul 17, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Use your childhood photos as inspiration for a new look Those who have been coloring their hair for years may not remember their original shade while those who are color virgins lament their darkening, duller tresses. […]
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Young and Talented

Jul 17, 2017 Deirdre Kronschnabel
Local teen rockers are a band to watch A leisurely stroll past Dorothea Dix Park on a hot July afternoon may just turn into a full day of music, food trucks and outdoor field day […]
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