Author Archives: Ayn-Monique Klahre

Cottage Mod in Boylan Heights

With the help of design consultant Jourdan Fairchild, a refurbished historic bungalow fuses eras for a cozy, comfortable style.

N.C. Creators: A Walk in the Woods with Author Belle Boggs

In writing and in life, Belle Boggs explores a sense of place and belonging.by Wiley Cash As they do most days, especially since the coronavirus pandemic began, writer Belle Boggs and her 7-year-old daughter, Bea, are walking through the woods…

10 Love Stories with North Carolina Roots

Whether you like your romance with a side of mystery, grit or North Carolina scenery, immerse yourself in one of these loves stories this month.

The Singapore Fling

A Raleigh love story, from the far side of the globe.

The Whirl: Remodelers Outstanding Construction Awards

On November 5, the Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties announced their 2020 Remodelers Outstanding Construction winners. The competition is open to all member projects completed within the past year in categories such as kitchen, bath, addition,…

The Whirl: National Signing Day

On November 10, the Triangle Rowing Club celebrated seven athletes who signed with elite rowing programs and colleges around the country. This is a record number from a senior squad of about 30 young women. The Triangle Rowing Club is…

The Whirl: Overflowing Hands and Rocky Top Food Distribution

At the start of the pandemic, Raleigh nonprofit Overflowing Hands enlisted Rocky Top Catering to help them feed hungry kids in Wake County. The two organizations worked with individual school principals and the Wake County School Board to distribute comfort…

The Whirl: Donate Sport Service Project

On November 13, Donate Sport completed their largest service projectto date, with support from volunteers from Truist Bank’s Lighthouse Project. More than 40 volunteers came together to donate $367,000 worth of clothing, footwear and sports equipment to charities across the…

The Whirl: A Shopping SPREE!

In November, the Junior League of Raleigh raised money through their annual A Shopping SPREE! event, this year held virtually. With this fundraiser, they were able to award $20,000 in grants to community nonprofits, including The Frankie Lemmon School and…

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