A pickleball enthusiast digs deep into his enthusiasm for the popular sport — and finds that what it really delivers is a sense of community.
A big name in the Dix Park development, this local couple has been quietly donating to charitable causes in Raleigh for decades.
Equal parts athleticism and theatrics, professional wrestling had its heyday in the 1980s — but still has an ardent and colorful following.
Saying a fond farewell to Sears’ last North Carolina store, where this writer got his first bike and ogled mannequins.
The Western Boulevard diner, a Raleigh staple for nearly thirty years, serves classics like barbecue chicken, biscuits and hamburger steak.
As his body started to deteriorate from ALS, this artist and former marine moved from Durham to Wilmington to live out his life by the beach.
This Winston-Salem native and NC State grad creates catchy music that draws from genres like soul, jazz, pop, rock and hip-hop.
For 23 years, this photographer has been taking pictures of Downtown Raleigh, capturing some iconic images of the City of Oaks.
By founding North Carolina’s first Black-owned children’s bookstore, Victoria Scott Miller creates a safe space for personal discovery
This longtime Raleigh painter has used his skills and enthusiasm to uplift and expand Raleigh’s creative community.
Youssiff Boudib is the manager of South Street Mini Mart. But he’s got a big following on TikTok and YouTube for his quirky sense of humor.
The Southern author discusses her latest novel, Silver Alert. The 15th book from Smith, it leaves readers with memorable characters.
Founded in 2013 by Michelle Old, this organization distributes diaper and hygiene products to babies, teens, women and seniors.
The NC State University professor talks to WALTER about her new book, which is about a mysterious and prolific female writer.