Archive for category: Art and Culture

Walter Now: August 2016

Walter Now: August 2016

Listen to our August podcast, where we talk about the Raleigh rooftops, Butterfields candy factory, the history of Cameron Village, and everything else we cover in this month’s issue. Plus, Walter editor Liza Roberts sits down with Chef Scott Crawford.

Carolina RailHawks' Nacho Novo (10) controls the ball while defended by Ottawa's Mike Randolph (29) during the first half. The Carolina RailHawks took on the Ottawa Fury in their season opener at the WakeMed  Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. on April 4, 2015.

Spotlight: A league of our own

by Mimi Montgomery There’s no World Cup this summer, but that doesn’t mean you have to go without your soccer fix. In fact, you don’t have to go far at all. You already know the Carolina RailHawks play at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, but this summer there are new reasons […]

photograph by Nick Donaldson

Spotlight: Larkspur loveliness

by Liza Roberts Hundreds of art and garden lovers came from all over the Triangle to Frances Alvarino Norwood’s lush North Raleigh gardens for her 21st and final Larkspur Party June 4 and 5. Garden lovers will still have a chance to see her flowery showplace, she says, on Aug. 7 […]

Spotlight: Cameron Village history

Spotlight: Cameron Village history

by Jessie Ammons Today, Cameron Village is a manicured shopping center near the heart of downtown filled with boutiques and eateries connected by brick sidewalks. Newcomers might not know that it has long played a fond and memorable role in the days – and nights – of the city. In a […]

photo by Kristen Abigail Collective

Spotlight: Groove in the garden

by Jessie Ammons On August 13, the Raleigh Rose Garden is the place to get your groove on. “We’re not just trying to go with what we think will be the hottest band, but what we think fits the area and the crowd,” says Craig Reed, CEO of Younger Brother Productions […]