Taylor Traversari
February 2017

Music Venue Mavens

Feb 13, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
She was dazzled by the magic of the theater at age five and dreamed of performing on stage. He grew up behind the scenes, learning the ropes from his music promoter father. They met backstage […]
Rex pill bottle
February 2017

Project RX Recycle

Feb 13, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
The 4th annual Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge just announced its winners, and Mallory Barrett, a student at North Carolina State University, was awarded Best Student Project. The national competition recognizes products that embody […]
Piedmont Interior, Credit Tierney Farrell
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Top 5 Outside: February

Feb 8, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Piedmont, Durham The name says it all. The restaurant’s cuisine is inspired by the region’s best seasonal offerings from local purveyors, including sister farm Coon Rock Farm in Hillsborough. Chef John May, who most recently cooked […]
clear correct adult braces
February 2017

Straight Talk

Feb 6, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Not many adults want a mouth full of metal yet straightening your teeth is still a viable option. Clear aligners are a less obvious way that adults can straighten their smile or fix misaligned bites. […]
Commuters on bicycle in the city.
February 2017

Getting Serious About Commuting

Feb 6, 2017 Grayson Haver Currin
In late November, Todd Milam, a greenway planner with the City of Raleigh, was staring at a map. For five minutes, he alternated between periods of complete quiet and extended verbal delays, stretching “Well” or […]
February 2017

Bathing Glory

Feb 6, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Most real estate experts agree that renovating your bathroom can add value to your home so it’s important to stay up on trends. So what can we expect in 2017? Freestanding tubs are a growing […]
N: A World Premiere
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Famous & Forgotten

Feb 6, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Playwright and Theatre in the Park board member Adrienne Earle Pender is debuting a new play this month. It’s called “N: A World Premiere” and it’s based on the true story of forgotten 1920s actor […]
Garland in Raleigh
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The Sound of Spices

Feb 6, 2017 Cameron Walker
Cheetie Kumar is fueled by twin passions: food and music. In a three-story building on Martin Street downtown, her dreams are stacked like a layer cake—basement-level bar Neptune’s Parlour, third-floor music venue Kings and, sandwiched […]
Shepherds Pie with Guiness
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Pubs We Love

Feb 1, 2017 Christa Gala
February is pretty much the month of hibernation in the South. We’re impatient to get on with warmer weather—especially since the delight of the holidays and the suspense of the Super Bowl is over.  February […]
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