Triangle Downtowner Magazine(Redirected from The Raleigh Chronicle)
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Triangle Downtowner Magazine (originally called Raleigh Downtowner Magazine) is a free entertainment magazine based in Raleigh, North Carolina covering downtown Raleigh, North Hills, downtown Durham, Cary/Apex, Wake Forest, and the surrounding area. Founded in 2005, the magazine features topics including restaurant profiles, local business, art gallery reviews, visual and performing artist profiles, wine, local history, and more. The Triangle Downtowner Magazine print and online issues have a readership of over 115,000 per month and is distributed at over 360 locations in restaurants, office buildings, businesses, condos, bars, government buildings, and outside newsracks throughout Triangle. The print edition is available online in its entirety, with issues dating back to 2006.
|Owner(s)||Downtown Raleigh Publishing LLC|
|Headquarters||PO Box 27603|
Raleigh, North Carolina 27611
The Triangle Downtowner was founded by brothers Randall and Crash Gregg, and public speaker/greenspace supporter and Wake County Commissioner Sig Hutchinson, who saw the need for a magazine to chronicle the growth of downtown Raleigh. The magazine is a strong supporter of local business, community involvement and entrepreneurism, and is a contributor to many non-profits and charities.
In 2012, the magazine's office sustained damages from a fire.