The Verdict is In: Guilty, Women Attorneys Excel

By Kelly TwedellPhoto by: Jen Tarbox, 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, Perhaps the most recognized and arguably the most respected volunteer and service group for women began in 1901 in New York, New York […]

Remembering Jarred

By Kelly TwedellPhotography by: Maggie Cartwright Three years ago Jarred Sparks died at home from battling the devastating effects of autism. While his family has grieved and the pain lingers […]

CEED is serving up new dishes

By Sara CookePhotography by: Jen Tarbox, They’ve been popping up around the country and now Fayetteville is preparing to welcome one of its own. The Center for Economic Empowerment […]

It’s in
the Bag!

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

Storytelling by Moonlight

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

In the Business of Dance

By Miriam LandruPhotos by: Jen Tarbox “You alright over there? Be careful!” exclaimed Avis Hatcher-Puzzo, as two dancers practiced a difficult move.  Wanting her students to move on to […]

March/April CityView

Kelly:Did you know that former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor graduated third in her class at Stanford Law School in 1953 and the only job she was offered was […]

Fayetteville’s Finest

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