Monthly Archives: December 2017

Best Foot Forward: New Year’s Day Hikes

New Year’s Day hikes by Catherine Currin Interested in hitting the trails before chowing down on black-eyed peas and collard greens this Jan. 1? You can kick off your resolutions with an organized first day hike at one of the…

Draw In

FRANK Gallery’s latest exhibit mixes media and perceptions by Katherine Poole The pages of an artist’s sketchbook are where ideas for other works take shape. Sketches are studies for paintings, blueprints for sculptures. At least, that is the perception, one…

The Algebra Club

“The Algebra Club is meeting this Friday night at the Camp’s farm at 8 p.m.”

Centennial Views

N.C. State’s new on-campus hotel is for all of Raleigh by Jessie Ammons There’s a new hotel in town, this one on N.C. State’s Centennial Campus. The StateView Hotel opened this fall, a sleek, modern venue meant for both university-related…

Gretchen Quinn

by Iza Wojciechowska
photographs by Juli Leonard

Have a Blue Christmas

A twangy holiday pick by Katherine Poole There will be a down-home holiday hootenanny in Raleigh Dec. 14 – 16. A Bluegrass Christmas music festival returns to the Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown, bringing a weekend of nearly nonstop live music. Organized…

Scalawag Magazine

“I’m looking forward to shifting from planning to doing in the new year.”

Peter Lamb and the Wolves

“Peter is such a dynamic player. So kinetic, always in motion like a boxer, weaving and punching.” –Dave Tilley, music producer, about band Peter Lamb & the Wolves by David Menconi photographs by Geoff Wood It’s fitting that Peter Lamb and…