April 2019

Will NC Go Hands Free?

Apr 1, 2019 Jane Porter 0
Four years ago, Nikki Cline of Pilot Mountain received a phone call. Her son, Christian “Gage” Edwards, hadn’t shown up to his girlfriend’s house to pick her up, so Cline went out looking for him. […]
April 2019

The Race is On…

Mar 29, 2019 Jane Porter 0
She’s Running! In the weeks since Mayor Nancy McFarlane announced she wouldn’t seek a fifth term—and Charles Francis, her 2017 opponent confirmed he would run for the top seat again this year—all eyes were on […]
March 2019

More Than Avocado Toast

Mar 1, 2019 Jane Porter 0
Millennials are blamed for killing modern industries by not spending or blowing their cash on frivolities. Could it be that they just like to buy differently? When it comes to spending money, millennials are murderers, […]
March 2019

Happy Hunting

Mar 1, 2019 Jane Porter 0
Last summer, Katie Salisbury, 29, and her husband, Michael, 33, found their dream home in Raleigh. The new, 2,800-square-foot house on Blueberry Drive had big closets, beautiful light fixtures and glass knobs on the bathroom […]
February 2019

From Stone’s to Transfer Co.

Feb 4, 2019 Jane Porter 0
A block in a thriving urban neighborhood. A 1920s brick warehouse that once served as the Carolina Coach bus depot. A cultural shift in how we eat, drink and interact. These are the elements that […]
February 2019

O-Ku: Breaking Bread

Feb 4, 2019 Jane Porter 0
It’s late afternoon on a weekday at Raleigh’s new, Japanese cuisine focused restaurant O-Ku Sushi, located on the first floor of the Dillon building in downtown’s Warehouse District. Servers and sushi bar staff, clad in […]
February 2019

The Right Plan for Raleigh?

Feb 4, 2019 Jane Porter 0
Last month, after Raleigh Magazine went to press, City of Raleigh parks administrator Kate Pearce sent a memo outlining several changes to the draft of the Dix Park Master Plan intended to clarify elements that […]
February 2019

Iron and Design

Feb 4, 2019 Jane Porter 0
There’s a new district emerging in Raleigh’s northeast corridor into downtown. What will it be like and what will it be called? A year and a half ago, Cara Galate, the longtime owner of f8 Photo […]
December 2018 / January 2019

First Feline

Dec 31, 2018 Jane Porter 0
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper added another furry friend to the First Family after a stray kitten turned up in the garage of the downtown Governor’s Mansion. Cooper happily accepted the cat into his family’s […]
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