From arts to advocacy to feeding our neighbors, these groups have made a big impact in Raleigh and the Triangle in 2020.
Tula Summerford designed this Clinton, N.C. home renovation with bold, modern touches.
Raleigh City Farm launched its Harvest Dinner at Home series in October, featuring meals from Garland’s Cheetie Kumar, Coleen Speaks of Hummingbird, Caroline Morrison of Fiction Kitchen and Andrew Gravens of A Place at the Table. The fundraiser supports the…
In September, local nonprofit The Green Chair Project launched its online retail portal, The Shop, making its popular resale store accessible during the pandemic. 100 percent of proceeds from its sales benefit its program, providing home furnishings to local families…
Cardinal Charter Academy at Wendell Falls opened its doors this fall, celebrating with a socially-distanced ribbon cutting ceremony.
Raleigh’s chapter of Dining for Women hosted a socially-distanced gathering on September 8. Dining for Women invites individuals to gather together monthly to learn about organizations benefiting women and families, and to support these organizations through their charitable dollars. In…
The Underwood Elementary Foundation and PTA held a virtual wine tasting event with Wine Feed to kick off the 2020-2021 school year. Philip Rubin, co-owner of Wine Feed, led guests in a tasting of three “Unicorn Wines,” paired with a…
Matt Register and his family combine two types of Southern food, American and Italian, in their annual Thanksgiving menu.
From pecan-picking to flea market browsing to watching movies under the stars, here are events and activities to do in the Triangle this month.
Matt Register and Ricky Moore join forces for an exclusive virtual event focused on North Carolina food.
On September 18, WALTER hosted its sixth annual summit on women leaders, virtually.
Just a few hours west of the Triangle, find yourself near the Blue Ridge Parkway embarking on leaf-crunching hikes, sipping mountain apple cider and breathing in crisp cool air in these small mountain towns.
The Pilot LLC purchases WALTER magazine from McClatchy.
A new installation by Hank Willis Thomas, the first project from arts advocacy group Artsuite, offers a timely, positive message.