Monthly Archives: May 2018

Destination Walter: The Lost Colony

History lives vividly through a longtime Outer Banks production by Jason Frye “I knew I’d be back to direct,” says Ira David Wood III, the esteemed stage and screen actor perhaps best-known, at least around Raleigh, for his 40-plus-year role as…

Delightful Debris

Visit William B. Umstead State Park’s Graylyn trail, and you might be in for a surprise. A new art fixture has made way thanks to nature and the help of artists Jerry Reid and Randy Boni, of Smoky Mountain Art…

Dr. Frederick Burroughs

Building Blocks, Challenges & Triumphs My integration of the Rex Hospital staff in 1977 was not to go unchallenged. The mid 1970s welcomed the arrival of a number of young, energetic African American doctors to Raleigh and Wake County. At…

Bridget Harrington

“Everyone’s ideas are different … Skilled talent is the secret ingredient for Raleigh.” –Bridget Harrington, executive director, Innovate Raleigh Bridget Harrington has travelled the world, but it’s Raleigh that she’s chosen to call home. She is now the executive director…

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