The recently-named Ms. Wheelchair America shares her journey from a hard-partying lifestyle to becoming a candid voice for people with disabilities.
This September, dancer and choreographer Luke Hickey taps into his North Carolina roots at the American Dance Festival.
Ashley Christensen put down roots in Raleigh — and spread them wide. We take a look at the people who’ve risen up the ranks under her mentorship.
Ten years after he landed on WALTER’s first cover star, the Raleigh-native golf champ reflects on his career and family life.
With a focus on art history and a love of curating, Hillings made her way from the Guggenheim to director of the NCMA.
North Carolina’s Poet Laureate talks about balancing creativity and professional success, as well as her role as a mentor.
Known for her impactful museums and public spaces, Howard recently took on a global role at Perkins & Will.
Born and raised in Raleigh, this singer-songwriter is headlining a European tour for her album Welcome to the Block Party this fall.
The Healing Place Courtyard in Raleigh, North Carolina offers a unique approach to recovery in the Healing Transitions Garden.
Creativity, community and friendly competition abound at a beloved inner-Raleigh tradition, back for the first time since 2019.
As Edge of Urge turns 20, its founder talks supporting local makers, advocacy and giving back to the community.
The City of Oaks’ downtown shut down two years ago, but female entrepreneurs are bringing business back with enthusiasm.
This master shipwright and longtime professor at Cape Fear Community College reinvented its wooden boatbuilding program.
On a plot off Capital Boulevard, the volunteers at the Open Door Clinic have a small farm that provides healthy produce for their patients.