race for time
May 2016

Race for Time

Apr 29, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
The information presented in this article is current as of press time. Local services and breast cancer research benefit greatly from Race for the Cure Three years after her younger sister died from breast cancer, […]
May 2016

Too Good to Be True?

Apr 29, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
A new treatment provides hope for battling cellulite Summer is right around the corner, which means shorts, bathing suits, and the dread of showcasing your cellulite to the world. Treatments to address dimpling abound: lotions […]
May 2016

The Daily Grind

Apr 29, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
One in three people grind or clench their teeth (also known as bruxism). In fact, many people do it without realizing it but left unchecked the condition can impact your teeth dramatically. We spoke with […]
May 2016

Hair RX

Apr 29, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
It’s almost summer and time to lounge by the pool, swim at the beach and play in the sun. Unfortunately, all those activities can wreak havoc on your hair. But with a few key products […]
mint julep
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Bet on Mint

Apr 29, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Just in time for the Kentucky Derby, try this Mint Julep Recipe: 1 heaping tsp. Sugar OR .5oz simple syrup 6-8 mint sprigs Crude Ginger-Turmeric bitters 2oz bourbon Place mint leaves in the bottom of […]
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Show Mom Foodie Love

Apr 29, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Mother’s Day Brunch: Fleming Steakhouse 3-course Brunch 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. flemingsteakhouse.com Treat her to a 3-course brunch with Signature Eggs Benedict or Baked Brioche French Toast. Driftwood Southern Kitchen Brunch Buffet 10 a.m. […]
May 2016

Tune in to this!

Apr 29, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Can’t find anything good on the radio? Podcasts are an increasingly popular audio alternative during morning commutes, especially since so many car manufacturers are incorporating Android Auto and Apple CarPlay into vehicles. Plus, subjects are […]
Seven on Stage
May 2016

Seven on Stage

Apr 29, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Community is at the heart of 7-Stories, a live storytelling event in downtown Raleigh that spotlights seven individuals sharing a 7-minute-long personal essay on stage at King’s Barcade. All the stories revolve around a loose […]
April 2016

Generation Z or Generation Me?

Mar 31, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Pampered? Overindulged? Entitled? Whatever you call it, parents are asking the question: Are we spoiling our kids? A lot of emphasis has been placed on protecting our children from social media and the inherent dangers […]
April 2016

Hurricanes: Charging Forward

Mar 31, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
The news media loves drama. And, why not? It sells papers, improves ratings and gets people talking. But quite often a sound bite doesn’t capture the whole story. Lately, Raleigh news outlets have focused on […]
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