For decades, this stalwart institution led by Yvette Shallcross and Cindy Oates has taught etiquette, dance — and confidence.
A local designer uses heritage saris to create one-of-a-kind outfits suited for her style of modern living
In his story-like albums and fiction writing alike, John Darnielle has made a career with his vivid imagination
The North Carolina artist’s exhibit at Anchorlight Gallery touches on nature, time, and love.
By Millard Dunn | Illustration By Winslow Homer (1872) You know the game: everybodyruns hard as they can, holding hands,and then the boy on the near endsuddenly stops, sets his feet hardagainst the ground, and the othersswing, like a gate…
Big Fish author Daniel Wallace shared this short work of fiction for our reading issue, themed Brave New World
For mother and son musicians Nnenna and Pierce Freelon, music is an outlet for grief and a form of healing
Taylor White’s kinetic, overscale work is changing the face of downtown Raleigh
The music connoisseur behind Nice Price Books & Records shares 12 tips for building a crowd-pleasing soundtrack for any occasion
Bookmark this roundup of nostalgic films and new releases showing under the stars this summer.
Two 18th-century porcelain tea caddies at the North Carolina Museum of History reveal the significance of the women of the Edenton Tea Party
This poem originally appeared in the July 2021 issue of WALTER.
Rotary Club of Raleigh and Rotary Club of Southeast Raleigh participated in a district-wide day of service on April 17, when nearly 200 Rotarians served organizations including Habitat for Humanity ReStores, Girls and Boys Clubs, Healing Transitions, and Oak City Cares.
After a long year of being cooped up, a group of close friends threw a dinner party for Kyla Brazel’s 50th birthday. Allison Smith, party planning extraordinaire, and Kyla’s husband Joe, led the team that converted wooden pallets, outdoor pillows,…