A 2012 Gallup poll reports that 78 percent of citizens in the city feel safe walking through their communities alone at night.
In a classic case of an undeserved reputation, Raleigh isn’t known for standout residential architecture. However, tucked away in in small pockets of the city, Raleigh is home to one of the country’s richest veins of mid-century Modern architecture.
Raleigh, along with the other cities that make up the Triangle, continues to top best of lists from all sorts of publications. With tons of jobs, great schools, and good city amenities, people are flocking to this metro region. Perhaps, then, it is no surprise to hear that the housing market in Raleigh is among the strongest and healthiest in the nation,
Raleigh residents Katie Bouterse and Kaci Torres can twist and shape their bodies in tandem and in virtually any shape and position, all of which is stunningly documented in their new venture, ACRO: An Alphabet Art Book. The content and visuals will appeal to both adults and children alike, and can be used for everything… Read more »
Raleigh entrepreneur and designer Michael Dickson of Pangea Designs created the Pickpocket to solve one of life’s little annoyances.
Raleigh.com is looking for local photographers that can capture the soul of our great city in a single image. We have been reaching out to local, Raleigh photographers to create a visual portrait of this city. If you would like to join this effort please follow these simple steps: Pleas email email@example.com and take a… Read more »
Patrick Groft and his partner, Chris Larsen, are entrepreneurs who developed a flying disc called the Pocket Disc which launched the start of their company, Phd Productions LLC. The Pocket Disc is a lightweight, hand crocheted disc that is great for use as a Frisbee indoors and outdoors. Now they are trying to raise money… Read more »
Through our recent interest in Raleigh Kickstarter projects, we discovered Brian Mitchell. Brian is using Kickstarter to fund his Soma Puzzle Boxes project. He raised over $450 (which is three times his funding goal) to help pay for the materials it takes to continue tinkering with his designs. His overwhelming success at fundraising has already… Read more »
Started by Charles Mangin, a local IT consultant, PressurePen is a next generation stylus that allows artists to re-create a more natural brush stroke in an online environment. After catching up with Charles, this is what he had to say about his company, and about being a Raleigh entrepreneur.
Raleigh Entrepreneurs, Lumina Clothing, are combining textile traditions with a modern look.