April 2016

Shaken or stirred?

Mar 31, 2016 Christa Gala 0
At home bar carts add glam to cocktail hour TV shows depicting the glamorous ‘60s have helped us feel more comfy with the notion of having a full bar at home. There’s just something about offering […]
April 2016

A Shot of Sun

Mar 31, 2016 Sarah Fallows 0
Yellow mimics the sun, making us feel warm and happy. It’s a great color for kitchens, breakfast nooks, bathrooms or small spaces. Consider it also for an entryway or hallway since it’s such a welcoming […]
April 2016

The Making of a Lipstick

Mar 31, 2016 Christa Gala 0
From colors to ingredients, senior innovation scientist Abena Agyeiwaa Antwi works hard to keep the Burt’s Bees pipeline full. Trying on lipsticks, balms and lotions—it’s all in a day’s work for Antwi, a cosmetics chemist for […]
April 2016

Cancer Detector

Mar 31, 2016 Christa Gala 0
It’s the cancer no one’s talking about, but more than 48,000 Americans will be diagnosed this year with oral cancer, now the sixth leading (and fastest growing) cancer in the United States. Triangle Dentistry recently […]
April 2016

Boosting low “T”

Mar 31, 2016 Christa Gala 0
Low testosterone used to be a somewhat hush-hush conversation, but today one in four men over 30 experience low levels. Although commonly linked with low sex drive or erectile dysfunction, low “T” levels are also […]
April 2016

The Meaty Mushroom

Mar 31, 2016 Paige Luck 0
Want to cook more vegetarian dishes, but miss that meaty flavor? Mushrooms pack a powerful umami-filled punch to vegetarian dishes and enhance meat dishes. The Japanese term “umami” means ‘savory taste.’ Mushrooms have it in […]
April 2016

Second Empire – Sweet.

Mar 31, 2016 Kate Turgeon Watson 0
Chef Amber Atkins with her chocolate raspberry pecan layer cake with fresh fruit and house-made pecan butter. Standing in the basement bake shop, Amber Atkins says she’s a traditionalist. You know: butter, sugar, eggs and […]
April 2016

Craft Coffee Creates Change

Mar 31, 2016 Shayla Martin 0
Can coffee change the world? It’s one question former engineer Bill Landahl asked himself when he bought his first coffee roaster in 2012. Unlike most who start coffee roasting companies, Landahl’s business wasn’t born from […]
April 2016

Mind your Biscuits

Mar 31, 2016 Christa Gala 0
There’s no doubt the biscuit is the centerpiece of today’s Southern breakfast. But it didn’t start out that way; around the mid–18th century, biscuits were more a staple at a Southern supper table. And it […]
April 2016

Garth & Trisha in Raleigh

Mar 31, 2016 Mandy Howard 0
From his start at Raleigh’s Longbranch to his recent three-day arena show last month, Garth Brooks is at superstar status—and a genuinely nice guy. Garth Brooks strolls down the hall toward the press conference wearing […]
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