Feature Stories

The Scoop on Mrs. Cooper

Feb 1, 2017 Kate Turgeon Watson
Sometimes a bug hits a person. I’m not talking about the flu, but something equally as nauseating: me on a stage. That was where I found myself in the fall of 2011. It was just […]
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Feature Stories

Out of the Shadows

Feb 1, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Immigration has always been a hot button issue but over the last year it’s reached a new level of interest mainly driven by President Donald Trump’s vow to “build a wall.” Many statements made news […]
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Feature Stories

Single in Raleigh

Feb 1, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Raleighites often boast about the city’s top rankings in “best of” lists. It scores highly when it comes to family life, real estate, entrepreneurship and cost of living. But there’s one list where Raleigh doesn’t […]
Father and Son
December 2016 / January 2017

Destination Unknown

Dec 8, 2016 Grayson Haver Currin
Father & Son’s building is under contract. Is the vintage institution the next member of the Raleigh diaspora to Durham? On a weeknight at the busy Person Street Bar, Brian Ownbey recognizes the chair he […]
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December 2016 / January 2017

No Rules, No Roadmap

Dec 2, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
When wedding and lifestyle photographer Brett Donar found out he and his wife were pregnant he did what most new parents would do: scour the Internet for information on parenthood and baby products. But it […]
17 in 17
December 2016 / January 2017

17 in 2017

Dec 2, 2016 Mandy Howard
By Mandy Howard and Alexandra Drosu “New Year’s Day…now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell with them as usual.” — Mark Twain So […]
Feature Stories

Just Add Cheese

Nov 1, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Many of us look forward to Thanksgiving all year long, and revel in the traditional family dishes: roasted turkey, sweet potatoes, dressing, wild rice, and many others. But every now and then it’s fun to […]
Feature Stories

Keeping Up with the Kindergartners

Nov 1, 2016 Mandy Howard
Growth may be stretching school budgets but it’s also offering more educational approaches Every single day in Wake County, the equivalent of a kindergarten classroom of kids is born. Add this to the continued influx […]
Feature Stories

The Importance of Three Letters

Oct 3, 2016 Christa Miller
There are many powerful women in Raleigh—our mayor Nancy McFarlane, food impresario Ashley Christensen or Shaw University President Tashni Dubroy, to name only a few. However, when it comes to women who carry a title […]
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