September 2017

Remove or Preserve

Sep 1, 2017 Jane Porter
Like many Southern cities, Raleigh has a Civil War legacy to grapple with.  It wasn’t long before shockwaves from the violence that erupted in Charlottesville last month were felt here in the Triangle. A day […]
September 2017

Cultivating Future Leaders

Sep 1, 2017 Jane Porter
Mary-Ann Baldwin shares why it’s time to leave City Council and her hopes for Raleigh’s future She’s been called blunt and polarizing, but Mary-Ann Baldwin has inarguably been one of the most effective members Raleigh […]
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 […]
July 2017 / August 2017

How’s The Boss?

Jul 31, 2017 Kristy Stevenson
In today’s world of online transparency, likeability may be vital for top CEOs The old way of leadership, where the CEO and upper management rule over employees and determine the direction of an organization, is […]
July 2017 / August 2017

Finding His Groove

Jul 24, 2017 Mandy Howard
Raleigh funk artist, Jamil Rashad (aka Boulevards) finds a more mature voice on his second album, but never forgets where he came from. Love for music came at an early age for Jamil Rashad, aka Boulevards. Growing […]
July 2017 / August 2017

Pedal Power

Jul 17, 2017 Cameron Walker
No happy hours. No liquor sold in grocery stores. There are few things as well regulated in North Carolina as alcohol, so when Trolley Pub Founder Kai Kaapro decided to expand his fledgling mobile business […]
July 2017 / August 2017

Modern Beacon

Jul 10, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
You’ve seen the house, now find out who lives inside. It was just an ordinary day for Marshall Davis, owner of Gallo Pelón Mezcaleria, when his doorbell rang. He opened the door and was greeted […]
July 2017 / August 2017

Paper Jam

Jun 30, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Can technology save NC’s political gridlock? Back in our May issue we highlighted seven of the more than 1,500 bills introduced in the 2017 legislative session. Of those we spotlighted none were voted into law; the […]
June 2017

Women Who Code

Jun 14, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
When it comes to gender politics, tech companies have been considered progressive, yet a recent review by a female coder at Facebook has called into question gender bias. According to the Wall Street Journal, the […]
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