Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Fall 2018

The quarterly 27587 MAGAZINE is a must-read, in-you-hands publication that strives to give a deeper identity to rapidly growing Wake Forest, N.C. It highlights in-depth stories, targeting higher-income households.

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Wake Forest 27587 Magazine | Autumn 2018 23 I try to cram into a (short winter) season." Here, he has formed a friendship with Robert Bickersta‚e, a Yorkshire native who arrived in 1999 and is known to locals as the one-time owner of Spoke-Cycles with its Union Jack logo and says he's doing just 'ne in America thank you. "I'm living the dream, mate," he said. Today, he's a senior pilot with Cathay Paci'c, the •ag carrier of Hong Kong, and •ies a jumbo 747-8 from Atlanta to the one-time British possession. Ask him to name his American hometown and there's an echo of that "Yeah, baby, yeah" line made famous in the Mike Myers 'lm "Austin Powers and the Spy Who Shagged Me." "Wake Forest, baby! 27587! … œis is actually a British-rich area." He'd get no argument from Langton, who said he just ran into someone from Newcastle, England, at "the pub," i.e. White Street Brewing Co. in downtown Wake Forest. "It was just random," he said. In short order, while at the rooftop wine lounge at nearby Unwined on White, he said, he ran into a couple from Yorkshire. "Every- where you go." A hint of the old British Empire, mean- while, can be found at the Viceroy, a new British-Indian pub in Durham with a menu that includes curried shepherd's pie and London mix grill and a slew of eastern dishes with a choice of spiciness that runs on a scale of one to six, with six being the one with the greatest challenge to the average taste bud. œe wallpaper is a London import, said Nick Singh, the general manager and a na- tive of Birmingham in the United Kingdom, and the rich décor includes a framed picture of Lord Mountbatten, the last viceroy of British India before India's independence in 1947. "Out of every bad," he said of colonial- ism, "there's going to be some good." Just down the road, in the 1907 English Gothic sanctuary of St. Philip's Episcopal Church, you're likely to 'nd Mick Capon Continued on Page 25 kk COURTESY OF ROBERT BICKERSTAFFE 6SFIVX&MGOIVWXEJJIMRXLIGSGOTMXJSV'EXLE]4EGM½G sporting pink epaulettes in recognition of breast cancer awareness. 8SRM;]WSRKLMW½ERGqMWEFVIEWXGERGIVWYVZMZSVLIWEMH

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