GIVERS: A Lotta Love

Lotta Sjoelin Bringing beauty and dignity to kids in crisis by Liza Roberts photographs by Missy McLamb When a child arrives at Wrenn House, the Triangle’s only homeless, runaway, and crisis intervention shelter for kids ages 10 – 17, it…

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…

At the Table: Charlotte

About Time We Toasted the Queen City   text and photographs by Dean McCord Charlotte, why do we disdain thee? Why do we Raleighites act like you’re our dreary, plodding, putting-on-airs cousin? We pick on your street names (Queens Road,…

Artist’s Spotlight: John Beerman

“I find solace in looking at the landscape. I think it’s a human thing. We all do.” –John Beerman   by LIZA ROBERTS photographs by LISSA GOTWALS The 34 paintings currently on view at Lee Hansley Gallery in Raleigh – luminous,…

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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