Boutique Hotels in Raleigh?
February 2016

Boutique Hotels in Raleigh?

Feb 2, 2016 Leo Suarez
Eccentric and indivisualistic. Contemporary with a sense of humor. Intimate and caring. If a boutique hotel had a dating profile, that’d be it. A trendy alternative to the “all-business” hotel chains, the boutique hotel trend […]
Trump Effect
February 2016

The Trump Effect

Feb 2, 2016 Cameron Walker
Donald Trump, long the brunt of hair jokes and birther backlash, is the one laughing now. He leads the Republican pack with numbers in the mid-30s, despite a penchant for inflammatory comments and a lack of […]
War refugees at Zakany Railway Station
February 2016

Refugees in Raleigh

Feb 2, 2016 Mandy Howard
Governor Mccrory recently joined 31 other governors from around the United States to sign a letter urging President Obama to suspend plans to resettle Syrian refugees until security measures vetting the refugees can be tightened […]
1008 Parket Street, Raleigh
December 2015 / January 2016

What does $300K buy in Raleigh?

Nov 30, 2015 Christa Gala
  $300K could get you a mid-century rancher, a charming historic cottage or a traditional single family home. But the big surprise for us was how hard it was to find anything at all—particularly inside the […]
Triangle Shooting Academy, Raleigh
December 2015 / January 2016

The New “Gun-try” Club

Nov 30, 2015 Kevin Flinn
With the increase of gun violence nationwide, you’d think Bill Edwards would be facing a lot of opposition opening the Triangle Shooting Academy (TSA), a 41,000-square-foot indoor gun range in Brier Creek. But he hasn’t […]
Dean Marvin Malecha of NC State
December 2015 / January 2016

Marvin Malecha retires

Nov 30, 2015 Annie Grant
One designed the interior of the 2016 Mustang GT. Another worked on ads for Victoria’s Secret, and still another was a finalist on Project Runway. Malecha will retire this month as dean of North Carolina State […]
Jamie Valvano
December 2015 / January 2016

Jamie Valvano continues her father’s legacy

Nov 30, 2015 Jamie Valvano
When the late Jim Valvano was diagnosed with late-stage terminal cancer, doctors offered little hope. When his daughter was diagnosed 13 years later with breast cancer, she quickly learned the true impact of her father’s […]
Next Door app
December 2015 / January 2016

Next Door: New App for Safety

Nov 30, 2015 Leo Suarez
The sound of gunshots while sleeping in the early morning made me spring to attention. “Not again,” said my wife as I reached for the phone to call 911. A string of incidents through the […]
December 2015 / January 2016

Finch’s: closing or moving?

Nov 30, 2015 Mandy Howard
At Finch’s Family Restaurant, customers are greeted with hugs. No need for a menu. The regulars know the weekly specials by heart. Chicken pastry, collards, country ham, grits and all the staples of southern home […]
Zak Williams
November 2015

Zak Williams Discusses Mental Illness

Oct 28, 2015 Christa Gala
Robin Williams made us laugh. As Mrs. Doubtfire, as Mork, as Aladdin. But his more serious roles—in movies such as “Good Will Hunting” and “Dead Poets Society”—may have revealed more about the late actor than […]
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