Walter magazine’s December/January issue helps you celebrate

A new issue of Walter Magazine is on stands.

In this season of revelry and reflection, Walter magazine’s pages offer doses of both. Here are a few highlights of the December/January issue, which is out now through the new year.

Christmas checklist

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Ira David Wood IV performs as Scrooge during a dress rehearsal of “A Christmas Carol.” // Photo by Travis Long

You can make your list and check it twice with this roundup of seasonal performances throughout the Triangle. (Plus: there are spotlight stories on the Historic Oakwood Candlelight Tour and A Bluegrass Christmas music festival.) | Read more

Park it

As Dix Park takes shape, city planners and landscape architects are looking to Raleighites to weigh in. “It’s an unparalleled opportunity, and that’s not hyperbole,” says Dorothea Park Dix Conservancy CEO Sean Malone. “You just don’t find this kind of acreage in a city anywhere … you don’t see places like this, and you don’t see communities able to take advantage of them.” | Read more

Well read

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Betty Debnam Hunt, who created The Mini Page, stands in her living room surrounded by her artwork. // Photo by Madeline Gray.

Meet the woman behind the beloved Mini Page, Betty Debnam. | Read more

Leap in

At its 20th anniversary, Carolina Ballet is classic, fresh, and nimble. | Read more

Happy house

Kelly Shatat, owner of jewelry business Moon & Lola, added personal touches and fun pops of color to her 1925 Dutch colonial Hayes Barton home. | Read more

Raise a toast

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Photo by Andrew Sherman.

If you’re ready for a change of pace post-holiday, Fanny Slater helps you host a “bottle share” beer-and-appetizer gathering. | Read more

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