Features

A Pocket Full of Parks

After World War II left entire European cities in rubble, officials transformed blasted plots of land into small parks. The green spaces provided a…

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In the Mix

Mixed-use developments seem to be tailor-made for young, childless professionals — no yard, close to entertainment, just a quick walk to the coffee shop…

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Art of Aging Gracefully

Some senior citizens use their later years to take life at a slower pace, but for Cary resident Ken Comer, retirement isn’t even on…

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In Healing Color

It began with a light-bulb moment. Really, it began again with a light-bulb moment. As a child, Heather Eck loved art — sketching hands…

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Remembering Rosenwald

Larry Harris’ family has lived in Wake County for more than a century — since freedmen, newly emancipated slaves, Native Americans and white farmers…

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