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Love and Light at Raleigh Union Station

A new installation by Hank Willis Thomas, the first project from arts advocacy group Artsuite, offers a timely, positive message.

Waste Not: A Tour of a Recycling Facility

Here in the Triangle, it’s very easy to recycle: You open that big blue bin, toss in a water bottle, and walk away feeling virtuous. But what happens after you roll your bin to the curb?

Treehouses

Happiness Among the Trees by Rebecca Guenard photographs by Juli Leonard Perched out of reach, a treehouse evokes mystery, seclusion, a place apart where a child can dream up an adventure. It’s a castle on the hill, the Shire, an…

William Ivey Long: In search of the heat

by Liza Roberts photographs by Nick Pironio William Ivey Long, the prolific, multiple-Tony Award-winning costume designer, has drama – and Raleigh – in his blood, and in every single one of his earliest memories. “I grew up in the stage left dressing…

Frozen

by Charles Upchurch photographs by Nick Pironio Here’s what you need for perfect frozen margaritas: A summer evening, a setting sun, a charcoal grill, and a few partners in crime. The rest is as simple as 3-2-1. Three parts tequila, two parts…

Simple form, ample space…and art

photographs by Nick Pironio When North Carolina Museum of Art director Larry Wheeler told Walter last winter how excited he was about the latest renovation on his ’60s-era modernist house in Chapel Hill, the work had barely begun. A visit…

More, please! Chocolate: A most delicious cottage industry

by Scott Huler  photographs by Lissa Gotwals Danielle Centeno tastes in shapes. Centeno, head chocolatier of Escazu Artisan Chocolate on North Blount Street, has synesthesia – a conflation of two senses – that causes her, when she eats, to experience not just taste…

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