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Travel in Style

BY SOFIA LUJAN AND LAUREN DOYLE  |  PHOTOS BY JESSICA BRATTONAll clothing items available at Villa 19 Boutique. Shop in-store or online at villanineteen.com. In keeping with this issue’s travel.

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Hopping Into Fun with Raleigh’s Funguys Brewing

BY DATHAN KAZSUK Nick and Carly Brango embarked on a quest for a warmer climate, bidding farewell to Pittsburgh’s chilly winters and setting their sights on Raleigh’s vibrant beer culture..

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Kaleidoscope: Paul Hrusovsky

Artistic Technique in “Sails” BY CHARLOTTE RUSSELL For Chapel Hill–based painter Paul Hrusovsky, each new work poses a fresh challenge. Laying out the composition in his mind, he intuitively applies.

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Sharing Love, Blending Cultures

BY KATIE DIXON For the team at Gonza Tacos y Tequila, the work centers on love. This is made evident by the family environment fostered in the kitchen, leading to long.

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Unlease the Fun at Premier Doggie Daycares

BY KATELYN RUTT From dog-friendly breweries to the vast expanse of parks, it’s evident that the Tar Heel State cherishes its four-legged residents. And at the heart of it all:.

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Spend a day at Chapel Hill’s Lavender Oaks Farm

BY SAMANTHA GRATTON When you arrive at Lavender Oaks Farm, you’ll be charmed before you ever step inside or begin to wander the grounds. The fields of lavender surrounding the.

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NC Sea Turtles: Shellacious Conservation & Education

BY MARILYN JONES Men, women and children are sitting around a porch waiting for the tour to begin when I arrive at the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center.

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Paul Friedrich draws on a quirky style for a cartooning life

BY KURT DUSTERBERG When Paul Friedrich draws, he knows how to strike a chord with an audience. The Raleigh cartoonist has made a living sketching characters like Hubie the Dead.

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Exploring Hawaii with a Travel Guide

BY MARILYN JONES The sky was lightening as I stepped into a outrigger canoe with two guides and three other hotel guests. We were setting out into the Pacific Ocean.

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Annual Dreamville Festival Builds Culture and Community

BY KYLE MARIE MCMAHON Over 100,000 Dreamers descended upon Dorothea Dix Park last weekend when J. Cole and his Dreamville Festival took over Raleigh. Pre-festival events started earlier in the week, with performances and.

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