Horizon Catering
November 2019

Catering for a Cause

Nov 7, 2019 Lauren Kruchten 0
Horizon Catering takes the pressure off holiday cooking while supporting Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. This holiday season, share a delicious meal with your loved ones that you don’t have to prepare yourself in service of a good […]
Mary-Ann Baldwin
November 2019

Madame Mayor

Oct 30, 2019 Jane Porter 0
She persisted, she read the room right, and, on October 8, she came out on top. Mary-Ann Baldwin will be the next mayor of Raleigh. Baldwin bested her closest challengers, Charles Francis and Caroline Sullivan, […]
Sara Coleman Fitzpatrick
November 2019

The Cupcake Queen

Oct 30, 2019 Jennifer Martin 0
The owner of Glenwood South’s Cupcake Shoppe has the business of sweet treats all figured out. Glenwood South has seen the rise of many an entrepreneur over the years, but none quite like the Cupcake Shoppe’s […]
Former Mayor Nancy McFarlane
November 2019

The Mayor’s Table

Oct 30, 2019 Tracy Jones 0
What links the mayor’s office downtown to Dorothea Dix Park? A fallen tree and the imagination of park crusader Gregory Poole. A new conference table in the mayor’s office, located in the municipal building on W. […]
Raleigh businesses against gun violence
November 2019

Against Gun Violence

Oct 30, 2019 Jane Porter 0
Raleigh businesses take a stand. Tony Cope was shopping with his family at an Apex Target store in 2010. A gunman came in and fatally shot a cashier while Cope hid with his then 6-year-old daughter. […]
Raleigh skyline
October 2019

Downtown Voices

Oct 14, 2019 Jane Porter 2
Nearly 11,000 people live downtown and for newcomers and civic novices, it can be hard to figure out how to get involved in local government decision making. Leo Suarez and Dylan Bouterse, downtown Raleigh residents […]
Pedestrians crossing a street in Downtown Raleigh
October 2019

Look Both Ways

Sep 30, 2019 Tracy Jones 0
Raleigh is a great place for drivers, but for pedestrians? Not so much. Recently, the personal finance website WalletHub analyzed the hundred largest cities in the U.S. using 30 indicators of driver-friendliness. Factors included accident […]
Molok trash system
October 2019

Molok Mayhem

Sep 30, 2019 Raleigh Magazine 0
Something stinks about this Raleigh story that just won’t go away. Moloks—the underground trash receptacles installed, and then swiftly uninstalled, at the intersection of Hargett and S. Wilmington Streets after folks from the nearby Mechanics […]
301 Hillsborough Street
October 2019

Downtown Developments

Sep 30, 2019 Jane Porter 0
Cranes sprinkle the skyline and it seems like, in downtown Raleigh, you couldn’t swing a cat without hitting a new building. With the sleek condos and townhomes, glitzy hotels, and retail and office square footage […]
Glenwood South
October 2019

Farewell to Drunktown?

Sep 30, 2019 Jane Porter 0
Changes are coming to downtown’s unofficial entertainment district; will perceptions of Glenwood South begin to change? Raleigh is of two minds about Glenwood South. On the one hand, it’s the city’s fastest-growing downtown district with […]
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