Chris Eschbach
October 2017

Putting Technology to the Test

Oct 16, 2017 Jane Porter
Wearable technology has come a long way from the calculator wristwatches of the 1980s. Today’s tech can augment reality, close your garage door, ensure you get your 10,000 steps and even train you to beat stress. […]
May 2017

A Taste for Photography

May 15, 2017 Cameron Walker
On one of her first photo shoots for a major brand, Felicia Perry-Trujillo stood in a refrigerated warehouse alone, facing racks of fresh caught fish she had no idea how to photograph. But in that […]
April 2017

Taking Flight

Apr 10, 2017 Alexandra Drosu
Last year, RDU celebrated a record number of passengers, nearly 11 million, but it requires the work of a large and committed team to guarantee that the airport continues to accommodate the growing Triangle community. […]
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 […]
October 2016

The Bone Doctor

Oct 10, 2016 Cameron Walker
There are stories written in our bones, and forensic anthropologist—and speaker for the dead—Dr. Ann Ross has made it her life’s work to tell them. However, her path wasn’t always so straightforward. “I started out […]