Category: Noted

The Zoo by Daniel Wallace

In this new work of fiction, a man reminisces on his deathbed about his epic first date with his great love. But there’s a twist…

April Poem: Love Letter to Grass

In this poem, the author imagines a world where we live infinite, but different, lifetimes that collect within our souls.

The Cowboy In Me

For this North Carolina writer and his wife, Western films are the cure for Yellowstone Fever

March Poem: What The Moon Knows

Get a glimpse into our strong and beautiful friend and muse, the moon, and how she can inspire us all to be more effervescent.

The Baker’s Assistant

Life is sweet when Wendy Dodson launches a new business that taps her passion for baking.

If You Can Call It a Game

A pandemic ritual to connect with friends turns into a celebration of the players that give college basketball its true spirit.

The Chosen One

Columnist Jim Dodson on spotting a red-tailed sentinel , his a faithful, four-legged soulmate and the concept of spirit animals

February Poem: Dots

In this poem, we are reminded that, while we may be individuals, our similarities far outweigh our differences.

Resolving to Practice

A poet pledges to write each day for 365 days, and finds that the exercise awakens a new creative energy.

2,022 Reasons to Love Raleigh

From our generous green spaces to robust arts community, here’s a reminder of just a few of the things that make the City of Oaks so great.

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