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Women inspiring innovation

Women inspiring innovation

  by Liza Roberts Celebrating local women entrepreneurs The Triangle is well-known as a hotbed of entrepreneurism. From global brands like Red Hat to fashion labels like Raleigh Denim, our local success stories span the worlds of technology, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, financial services, nonprofits, fashion, and design. Next month, Walter is […]

Lake living

Lake living

by Jessie Ammons photographs by  Lissa Gotwals Summertime childhood memories for me are all about the lake. Growing up just north of Raleigh, as soon as the weekend rolled around, we were off to Lake Gaston, an hour away but a world apart. Toting marshmallows for s’mores, sugary cereals, sunscreen, and […]

The lobby of the Frontier building in RTP is filled with lunchtime yoga participants.

The birth of a city

Reimagining RTP by J. Peder Zane photographs by Jill Knight When you reach The Frontier, the first thing you see is the people. They’re forming long lines, chatting and palm-reading their phones, waiting to purchase Korean barbecue, Italian pizzas, gourmet wraps, and snow cones from food truck windows. They’re gathering to hear […]

Art in the margins

Art in the margins

text and illustrations by Andrew Silton My path to drawing and watercolor flows from an unusual source: my business notebooks. Three years ago when I retired, I decided it might be a good idea to throw out 20 years’ worth of notebooks. The old ones were stacked up in a couple […]