Triad Resources

Want to learn more about life in the Triad? Click on the links below.   County and State Alamance County: http://www.alamance-nc.com/ Alamance County Public Schools: http://abss.k12.nc.us/   Forsyth County: http://www.co.forsyth.nc.us/ Forsyth County Public Schools: http://wsfcs.k12.nc.us/education/district/district.php?sectionid=1   Guilford County: http://www.co.guilford.nc.us/ Guilford County Public Schools: http://www.guilford.k12.nc.us/   North Carolina Government: http://www.nc.gov/ Piedmont Triad International Airport: http://www.flyfrompti.com/ Cities and Towns Burlington: http://www.ci.burlington.nc.us/   Clemmons: http://www.clemmons.org/   Elon: http://www.elonnc.com/   […]

Staff

Stuart Weiss, Founder and CEO Weiss began his publishing career almost 30 years ago after a brief career as a special education teacher. He served as sales manager of Travelhost of Denver before becoming associate publisher of Travelhost of Boulder and northern Colorado. Weiss relocated to the Triangle in the mid-1990s, where he took over […]

Magazines

Triad Living and its sister magazine are published quarterly by Weiss Creative Inc. of Raleigh. Click below to learn more information about our family of lifestyle magazines.

About

About Us Triad Living is a quarterly lifestyle magazine dedicated to covering the topics readers care about, from Hometown Stories and community spotlights to fashion, food, home interiors, and travel. The magazine, published by Weiss & Hughes Publishing Inc., is available via subscription or at one of several hundred newsstand locations throughout Alamance, Forsyth, and Guilford […]

What’s so charming about the South?

Everything, it seems by Thomas Smith   Southern charm. The words often are spoken with a kind of reverence. And the feeling they evoke is as pervasive as the air we breathe, and as elusive as a firefly on a summer night.   Mark Twain’s work reflects it. James Taylor’s songs glorify it. And Greg […]

Leaving a legacy

by Lora Songster   Have you ever tried to help someone connect a name and face by describing that person? Over the years, I’ve wondered how I would be described. Tall, blond, silly, serious, squinty-eyed, funny, that girl on the radio?   Although I’m still intrigued by this, earlier this year a greater, more powerful […]

Triad area authors blend history, fiction

Profiles by Danielle Jackson   They write about what they love, whether it’s the world of historical fiction or the beauty of baseball. And they all do it locally.   There’s no shortage of published authors in the Triad. Here, we scratch the surface, talking with area writers about their inspirations, as well as how […]

Beautiful bathrooms

Today’s designs offer endless possibilities by Martie Emory   A decidedly different place from the one where you washed behind your ears as a kid, today’s bathrooms are designed to calm, soothe and pamper. To that end, options for color, lighting, flooring and fixtures are more varied than ever, all geared to make your daily […]

Unsightly scars

Treatment is key to minimizing their appearance by Dr. H. Christopher Coley     Do you have a scar from a procedure or injury that you wish you could erase? Fortunately, with today’s technology there’s something you can do to prevent and minimize its appearance.   A scar is formed as a natural healing response […]