It’s in the Bag!

By Miriam Landru One of the hottest new Southern designers on the scene hails from Fayetteville. Regina Cristina White, a Seventy-First High School graduate was one of the winners of […]

Remembering Jarred

By Kelly Twedell Three years ago Jarred Sparks died at home from battling the devastating effects of autism. While his family has grieved and the pain lingers on, they are […]

Storytelling by Moonlight

By Michael Jaenicke They have garnered awards for their historic preservation work in downtown Fayetteville. They have collected more than 70 national and international digital video honors and in the […]

In the Business of Dance

By Miriam Landru You alright over there? Be careful!” exclaimed Avis Hatcher-Puzzo, as two dancers practiced a difficult move.  Wanting her students to move on to something that won’t result […]

Where the Blooms Are

By Courtney Phillips Most days, Keith Clayton can be found in his expansive greenhouse on Yarborough Road in Gray’s Creek, tending orchids, a plant with an ironically temperamental reputation, as […]

The Verdict is In: Women Attorneys Excel

By Kelly Twedell With the fourth largest bar in the state, Fayetteville is fortunate to have so many female legal professionals who also make a difference outside of their respective […]

A League of Their Own

By Miriam LandruPhotograph by: Jen Tarbox, www.jentarboxphotography.com Perhaps the most recognized and arguably the most respected volunteer and service group for women began in 1901 in New York, New York […]

The Verdict is In: Guilty, Women Attorneys Excel

By Kelly TwedellPhoto by: Jen Tarbox, www.jentarboxphotography.com With the fourth largest bar in the state, Fayetteville is fortunate to have so many female legal professionals who also make a difference […]

Where the Blooms Are

By Courtney PhillipsPhotos by: Anna Lester Most days, Keith Clayton can be found in his expansive greenhouse on Yarborough Road in Gray’s Creek, tending orchids, a plant with an ironically […]

A League of Their Own

By Miriam LandruPhotography by: Jen Tarbox, www.jentarboxphotography.com Perhaps the most recognized and arguably the most respected volunteer and service group for women began in 1901 in New York, New York […]