September 2017

The New Guard

Sep 1, 2017 Brett Haensel
Former Hurricane teammates Rod Brind’amour and Cory Stillman have more than a Stanley Cup in common, both have sons on the brink of their NHL debut. Skyler Brind’amour and Riley Stillman couldn’t sit down. In […]
Polish

Doing It For The Kids

Sep 1, 2017 Jane Porter
How the couple behind C.T. Weekends helped save Community Music School. Kristi Hipple and Dennis Mayfield, the owners of the eclectic Cameron Village boutique C.T. Weekends, exemplify the theory that opposites attract. For one thing, […]
Retreat

The Bowls That Bind Us

Sep 1, 2017 Jane Porter
Stuart Kent’s handmade oakwood bowls have transcended political differences—mostly. The flash of lightning that struck an old water oak on the grounds of the Capitol building two summers ago gave North Carolina’s former commerce secretary […]
Do

Every Ounce a King

Sep 1, 2017 Jane Porter
Pairing theater with a pint You don’t have to look hard to see the parallels between King Lear, the confused, aging king of Britain, and today’s unsettled political climate. But for Raleigh’s Honest Pint Theatre […]
Feature Stories

Private Matters

Sep 1, 2017 Mandy Howard
In an online world, are private investigators a dying breed? The sign on the door was peeling and the blinds were crooked, I raised my hand to knock when the door flew open. “I knew […]
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