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Raleighites: Trains

Riding Raleigh’s Rails into the future by Henry Gargan photographs by Chris Seward At Raleigh’s Amtrak station, you can buy a ticket from a man behind a counter. When you round the corner to the luggage bay, the same man…

Our Town: Spotlight: Lakeview Daylily Farm

IN FULL BLOOM Lakeview Daylily Farm by Jessie Ammons photographs by Geoff Wood Noel Weston knows plants. As the first-ever horticulturalist for the City of Raleigh, he spent three decades managing park blooms, roadside annuals, and the trees and grasses…

Gigs: Vista Wood Bison Ranch

  WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM Hillsborough’s Vista Wood bison ranch by Jessie Ammons photographs by Lissa Gotwals A stone buffalo statue greets visitors at the entrance to Vista Wood Ranch, which sits at a bucolic turn a few miles off…

Editor’s Letter: May 2017

Welcome to Walter’s fourth annual travel issue! Every year in May, we get out of town, at least in print, for North Carolina adventures of all kinds. We hope to tell you stories that’ll nudge you off your porch (as…

Raleighites: St. Mary’s School

St. Mary’s School at 175 Raleigh’s oldest continually operated school celebrates a major milestone.   by Hampton Williams Hofer photographs by Jillian Clark [archival photographs courtesy of St. Mary’s School] On May 12, Saint Mary’s School, the nation’s second oldest…

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