Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Winter 2019

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 | Winter 2019 61 of Franklin D. Roosevelt, he said. "e most significant painting in the tavern," he said. Also hanging in one booth is a portrait of a schoolboy in a classic sailor suit, no doubt at times looking over the shoulders of diners. "He kind of creeps me out," Ryan Wilson, bar manager, said of that artistic portrayal. On the other end of Hillsborough, near Meredith College, you're likely to find the Raleigh Brewing Co., the brew house that opened in 2013 with 32 taps flowing seven days a week. But it's just off the main thoroughfare. "We're not front row. We're behind the curtain," said Carson Bolduc, head of distribution. "It's casual. It gets a good mix of people. It kind of brings that new lifeblood to Raleigh." e brews here carry some unusual names, not the least of which is "Hell Yes Ma'am," born of a request from brewery owner Kristie Nystedt. "She wanted a Belgium golden ale," said Shannon Parrott, the taproom manager. "e response was 'Yes, ma'am.' at's where it came from." COURTESY OF LIVE IT UP, HILLSBOROUGH STREET SPECIAL COLLECTIONS RESEARCH CENTER, NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES The Hillsborough Street of old, left, in an undated photo. At right, the history of Hillsborough Street includes a massive march on the state capital on May 8, 1970, just days after four unarmed Kent State students in Ohio were killed by National Guard gunfire during a protest against the bombing of Cambodia by U.S. forces.

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