Talk of the Triangle Podcast

People, places + events worth talking about.

Midtown and Cary Living magazines’ “Talk of the Triangle” podcast introduces listeners to the fascinating people, places, events and activities that make this region such an enriching place to live.

Talk of the Triangle both expands on the stories you have loved in the magazines, and introduces you to new stories and fascinating people we have yet to write about.

Episode 6: Capital City Ghosts, Part 2
In this episode, we talk with The Ghost Guild Executive Director Nelson Nausse, along with Guild members Kara Leinfelder, creative director for the North Carolina Museum of History; and Al Parker, who has created a collection of “ghastly” ghost tours of the Triangle, available on the Durham-based Built Story app. Learn about their experiences conducting paranormal investigations.

Episode 5: Capital City Ghosts, Part 1
In this episode, we talk with Ernest Dollar, author and Director of the Raleigh City Museum and Pope House, about his book, work and experience with ghost stories in the Triangle. We discuss local history and some of the souls who may still be wandering around Raleigh.

Episode 4: Bolognese and Bourbon
Bolognese + Bourbon. This episode introduces you to Executive Chef Oscar Gnapi, at the helm for Fenton’s new Colleta Italian Food & Wine restaurant in Cary; and Brandon McCraney, owner of Olde Raleigh Distillery in Zebulon.

Episode 3: Baseball Card Comeback
Did you collect baseball cards? There’s a good chance Gregg Forwerck was behind the camera that took your favorite athletes’ photos. In this episode, Gregg shares some of his favorite memories about life as a baseball card photographer, and discusses how baseball card photos have changed over the years.

Episode 2: RV Life
Meet two local RV couples: Newlyweds who lived in their 44-foot Keystone Fuzion Toy Hauler RV for an entire year, and married parents who travel in their Class B Airstream Interstate 19 Touring Coach anytime they get a chance.

Episode 1:
Pollen is more than the yellow cloud that boosts the bees-ness of car washes and Kleenex.
In our debut podcast, you’ll meet the “Urban Beekeeper,” Leigh-Kathryn Bonner, and the marketing director of Fairview Garden Center, Heather Rollins.