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At the Table with Walter

At the Table with Walter

An Evening to Remember WALTER editor Liza Roberts hosts an evening event featuring N&O food writer Andrea Weigl and four of the Triangle’s celebrated women chefs for a lively conversation about the farm-to-table movement, their career success and challenges, and what delights their palates. Featuring: Ashley Christensen Raleigh restaurateur recently […]

The Holt brothers

The Holt brothers

by Samantha Thompson Hatem photographs by Tim Lytvinenko If there’s one thing football has taught brothers Torry and Terrence Holt, it’s how to be successful off the field. The former NFL players became local celebrities more than a decade ago at N.C. State. Today they’re using the principles that built […]

Simple form, ample space…and art

Simple form, ample space…and art

photographs by Nick Pironio When North Carolina Museum of Art director Larry Wheeler told Walter last winter how excited he was about the latest renovation on his ’60s-era modernist house in Chapel Hill, the work had barely begun. A visit to the glass-walled home he shares with his partner, designer […]

Building an army  of Jamies

Building an army of Jamies

by Liza Roberts photographs by Khristopher Williams and Robert Pettus When Raleigh strategist Nation Hahn met a few dozen friends to plant vegetables at the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle’s farm last spring, he wasn’t there just to grow food for a good cause. He was there to grow something bigger: “an […]

Beverly McIver: Giving voice to those who have none

Beverly McIver: Giving voice to those who have none

by Liza Roberts photographs by Lissa Gotwals If you didn’t know better, you might mistake Beverly McIver for a regular person. An unusually warm and friendly person, sure, and one with a reflexive generosity. But familiar. Partly, it’s her easy laugh and laid-back banter, which revolves around the well-being of […]