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Introducing: Walter Now

Introducing: Walter Now

We’re excited to introduce Walter Now, Walter’s very own podcast! It’s a chance for us to chat a bit about each month’s issue, present more in-depth conversations with interesting people, and keep you up-to-date on what’s happening around our office. Check it out on our Soundcloud page below – we hope […]

Thomas Edison, Library of Congress

Spotlight: Pucker up

by Mimi Montgomery Ingrid Bergman summed it up best: “A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous.” Explore a language beyond words at Flanders Gallery’s Public Displays exhibit this month – because sometimes you don’t need to say anything at all. Architect and […]

Courtesy Teens for the Cure Triangle to the Coast

Spotlight: Polo for the cure

by Jessie Ammons Enjoy a stately Sunday afternoon at the polo field on February 7 and help raise money for breast cancer research at the same time. The charity event is the brainchild of Ravenscroft sophomore Lily Sykes and the organization she founded, Teens for the Cure Triangle to the Coast, […]

Missy McLamb

Spotlight: Stylin’ with Serrota’s

  by Mimi Montgomery photograph by Missy McLamb Louis Serotta knows style: In white loafers, navy blazer, matching tie, and monogrammed shirt, he embodies the elegance of another era – a time when a gentleman wouldn’t dream of leaving the house without a hat, and a lady could never be found without […]

Jillian Clark

Spotlight: A room with a view

by Mimi Montgomery As the city of Raleigh grows ever-faster, so does its number of visitors. One thing that hasn’t kept pace is the number of hotel rooms. A recent report commissioned by the Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, and the Downtown Raleigh Alliance says that the […]