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An all-star cast talks food and fame: Ashley Christensen, Vivian Howard, Phoebe Lawless, and Andrea Reusing

An all-star cast talks food and fame: Ashley Christensen, Vivian Howard, Phoebe Lawless, and Andrea Reusing

photographs by Chris Fowler Some of the most celebrated chefs in the south told a sold-out crowd at At the Table with Walter – the first in the magazine’s new series of local food-related events – that being women hasn’t hindered their success. Instead, they say they’ve drawn strength and […]

Pop-art icon Peter Max

Pop-art icon Peter Max

by Liza Roberts For five decades, Peter Max has been painting America. In the ’60s, his cosmic Pop Art canvases were vivid totems of the age. In the ’70s, his portraits of the Statue of Liberty became indelible images and helped raise funds for her preservation. Since then, Max has […]

GREATEST GENERATION: 
from left: Raleigh World War II veterans Banks Talley, Millie Dunn Veasey, Frank Mansfield, and Charles Johnson Jr.

Forged in fire: Raleigh’s World War II vets shaped their community and beyond

by Karen Lewis Taylor photographs by Robert Willett At the national memorial in Washington, D.C., the fallen heroes of World War II are represented by a field of 4,048 gold stars – one star for each 100 warriors lost, or nearly half a million Americans. Their surviving brothers and sisters in […]

Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect

creative direction and words by Jesma Reynolds photographs by Tim Lytvinenko Improbable, but not impossible. That was the prediction when the Raleigh Gaelic Athletic Assocation’s Cú Chullain team considered its chances of winning before travelling to Boston over Labor Day weekend to compete in the North American Finals for Gaelic […]

VIEW FROM THE TOP: The building itself was created using ShareFile and other Citrix software, said Steve Nicholson, who directed the site selection, design and construction of the new building remotely, in part, from his base in Santa Barbara. He says he spent several months after Citrix’s acquisition of ShareFile “just watching how they do what they do” before deciding what kind of building would best suit the group’s needs.

Talent magnet: The new Citrix building

by Liza Roberts photographs by Nick Pironio “The way people work is changing,” says Citrix vice president Jesse Lipson. “Work and play used to be clear-cut. Those lines are blurring.” As a result, “The nature of an office has changed.” Lipson’s office, anyway. The Duke philosophy major turned successful software […]