You may have heard people talking about "homesteading" recently. So what exactly does that mean and why has it become so popular?
During COVID-19, many people are short on cash and long on time. Many people are also reevaluating how to live a meaningful life. For some, this combination had led to a creative solution — becoming artist-entrepreneurs.
The health department just got a huge chunk of money from the federal government to support North Carolina's opioid response. These funds are critical to support North Carolinians whose mental health has worsened during the pandemic.
Raleigh nonprofit Designed for Joy (DFJ) gives vulnerable women dignified work. At Designed for Joy, women who come out of trafficking, homelessness, or the prison system are trained as artisans. They make high-quality leather bags, jewelry and home decor. Executive director and founder, Cary Heise, believes in second chances. “We really like to inspire other...
In a few weeks, you'll see Durham photographer Cornell Watson's photos everywhere. Between a national-level ad campaign for a huge telecom and an article in the Washington Post, they'll be hard to miss.