Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Spring 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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4 Spring 2019 | Wake Forest 27587 Magazine About Us Wake Forest 27587 Magazine is published quarterly by 27587 Magazine LLC. ©2019 All rights reserved. Inquiries about advertising or any other correspondence should be sent to the publisher at P.O. Box 1074 Wake Forest, NC 27588 or via email at pread@27587magazine. com. Member Member Follow us on Facebook OurTeam Philip M. Read Editor & Publisher Bob Bogert Design Director Bob Karp Photographer Philip M. Read Jr. Senior Graphic Designer & Illustrator Lauren A. R. Koslow Web Designer Printed by From the Editor WE'RE ONLINE! Check out our digital editions at 27587magazine.com and mobilemagz.com Next advertising deadline: June 3 Reserve early! Advertiser Index 9.19 Island Cuisine ......................................28 American Ballroom .....................................51 Audrey's Barkyard .......................................63 Beazer Homes / Bridgewater ...............25 The Border Restaurant.............................61 Bowman's Landscaping .............................25 Brandi's Botanicals ..........................................9 Bright Funeral Home .................................83 Brooks Street Bowl.....................................37 Capital Chevrolet ........................................84 Clocktiques ......................................................42 The College at Southeastern ................12 The Cotton Company ..............................37 The Country Club at W.P. .......................29 Dick Larsen, Artist, ......................................63 Edward Jones Investments ......................60 Estetica Italiana Italian Skincare, ..............9 Everything Will Be Alright, ......................61 Flow Mini Cooper of Raleigh, ...............29 Fonville Morisey Barefoot / Avalyn ....23 The Forks Cafeteria ...................................42 Friday Nights on the Tar ...........................11 Gate Nine Boutique ...................................37 Heritage County Club ..............................61 Jim Allen Group / Lakestone ....................7 Jim Allen Group / Waterstone ................2 The Kitchen Store NC..............................58 Las Margaritas Mexican Restaurant ...36 Leli's Diner .......................................................51 The Lodge at Wake Forest ....................51 Macon Gardens ............................................24 McMillan Design / IDS Architecture ..26 Molly Maid of Wake Forest ....................47 Moon Street USA .......................................42 Music Academy South ..............................12 North Carolina General Stores ..........36 Premier Dentistry ........................................35 Riverview Galleries, Durham.................27 Sweetie's Candy Shop...............................36 Tammy Kaufman, Artist .............................55 Triangle Family Dentistry .........................50 United Real Estate / Kim Barlow ........24 The Wade, Luxury Condos. ...................27 Wake Audiology ...........................................35 W.F. Area Chamber of Commerce ...77 Wake Forest Downtown.........................36 Wake Forest Federal S&L. ......................28 Wake Tire & Service. .................................51 Warren, Shackleford and Thomas ......24 Warren County, North Carolina ........58 WCPE Classical Radio ..............................12 Whitley Furniture Galleries .......................5 Wild Birds Unlimited .................................28 Yacht Club Beverage House, .................35 Spring 2019 Vol. 6 No. 2 We've always been a nation on the move, from city to suburb and back again, from that little apartment with the tight-space galley kitchen to the estate on a hill with expansive views. Upsizing. Downsizing. All those boxes. All those possessions now tucked away — for years perhaps — in the attic, still untouched. Such is the stuff of "e Big Day," our cover story in this — our 19th — issue of your metro, 27587 Magazine. Turn the pages — a magazine reader's way of "moving" perhaps — and enjoy the trip as we experience the journey. Next stop, be sure to join us in "is Classic Place" as we tour a 5-bedroom, 5-bath estate that is home to the very architect who designed it. Be prepared for insights you'd normally wouldn't expect, as in "flaring" a skylight to add even more brightness to a living space. In "How About at!" we learn about the creation of a board game for Durham's 150th anniversary; visit a hatchery with chicks who, like people, have their own peculiar personalities; and a barber whose swirling barber's pole went largely unnoticed until his own sense of American ingenuity kicked in. In our "Field Trip" feature, we go to the place where Horace Greeley — the journalist who in another era beckoned the masses to "Go West, Young Man" — tied the knot with a local schoolteacher. at place: Warrenton. And don't overlook our latest "Portrait of an Artist," our nostalgic "Rewind" features, or our photo essay on the murals of Raleigh in "Picture is," brought to you by our new photographer, Bob Karp, whose sharp eye and list of press association awards makes him the latest valuable asset to 27587 Magazine's staff. Again, as always, we'd like to express our sincere thanks to the members of our "Publisher's Circle," those civic-minded entities whose annual commitment to advertise in 27587 Magazine once again makes them partners in bringing this magazine to you, our readers. Be sure to see the special page devoted to them on Page 49 and at 27587magazine.com. So, join us as we delve into "places to explore and discoveries to be made" right here in our ever-popular corner of the North Carolina Piedmont. Philip M. Read Editor & Publisher A lbert Einstein once said, "Life is like a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving." And we most certainly are, at least in this North Carolina region dominated by transplants.

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