Monthly Archives: February 2017

Turn on the Light

by Mimi Montgomery photographs by Keith Isaacs If you walk down Hargett Street past The Architect bar, you may notice a single green light glowing above its door. It’s not a relic from a bygone era or an homage to The Great…

Beauty Forged

by Hampton Williams Hofer photographs by Peter Hoffman In the back of a Five Points warehouse,  blacksmith Ben Galata produces custom ironwork using tools he’s made himself. On one side of his workshop is a pneumatic power hammer that pummels molten metal…

A+ Introductions

“The people who are single (in the Triangle) are really good quality people. They are smart; they are successful, educated people; they have good jobs. I like to think I’m helping them screen through all the foolishness.” –Angela Kelley, owner,…

Woodshop Wonders, Fiddle-maker Mike Anderson

by Mimi Montgomery photographs by Annie Cockrill A wall in Mike Anderson’s backyard woodshop is marked with descending lines, each bearing a small inscription. These aren’t childhood height-markers – they’re records of the trees Anderson has cut down over the years. Red maple,…

Solo Sisters

“It seems only children attract other only children.” -Sally Creech, founder of the Solo Sisters group (in the front row, second from the right) by Liza Roberts photograph by Christer Berg “Sally started it,” says Kay Schoellhorn, laughing as she welcomes…

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