A new exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of History on loan from the Grammy Museum highlights the trailblazing women of country music.
Best-known as a frontman for the Avett Brothers, the musician and painter finds inspiration in the North Carolina town where he was raised.
This longtime Penland-based artist with Puerto Rican roots sculpts soulful, fantastical people from clay and other media.
This Raleigh painter and collage artist fills her WWII-era apartment in The Village District with personal, curated finds.
Karen Stratton-Guy and her husband David Guy nurture their own yard and their neighborhood garden, too, with a unique seed share library.
Jason Graves creates musical tracks for video games like Tomb Raider, Fortnite, Moss and Dead Space out of his home in Benson.
These harmless but festive-looking arachnids are most often spotted around North Carolina in the weeks leading up to Halloween.
Before he even realized he had the talent, two perceptive educators nurtured this writer’s budding career as an author.
The inaugural Brightwork Fellow at Anchorlight in Raleigh, this reframes fabric, sewing and history through her provocative pieces.
When they moved back to the Triangle, this couple updated their Tudor to reflect their travels, family and taste.
In honor of WALTER’s 10-year anniversary, here’s a look at the headlines we just might see in the magazine a decade from now…
The recently-named Ms. Wheelchair America shares her journey from a hard-partying lifestyle to becoming a candid voice for people with disabilities.
While most consider the mountains the place to find black bears, our nature writer has had remarkable encounters with them along the coast.
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.