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If you were born to be a planksta, YogaSix is opening on Hillsborough Street—its fourth NC location (!), with two more expected to open in the state soon—shining its light via sensory yoga experiences across six core classes. Namaste bendy! 621 Hillsborough St.

Two of Raleigh’s leading ladies in fine estate decor have opened a new location for their Two Girls Antiques & Estate Decor store. For those who love a good bargain hunt, you’re gonna wanna peruse the vast collection of furniture, home decor and more. 5301 Hillsborough St.

We hope you aren’t afraid of sharks… or dead bodies. Amanda Lamb’s newest novel, No Wake Zone, focuses on main character Maddie Arnette as she tries to unravel the secrets of a mysterious coastal town in NC. May 31,

Black Dollar Corp.’s creator’s space, The Factory, is officially open to the public! Any small business owner can join to take advantage of small manufacturing equipment like T-shirt printers and press machines, coworking desks, crowdfunding, workshops, training sessions and more. 811 W. Hargett St. 

After a successful pop-up at Downtown’s Pop-Up Shops at Martin Street, Sir Chance’s Vintage is relocating to a permanent location on Wilmington Street. Featuring a curated collection of vintage and secondhand clothes, it’s the perf spot to grab some new (er, thrifted?) ’fits. 206 S. Wilmington St.

Can you hear me now? Verizon has gone… mobile?! In an attempt to get customers up to speed—and offer flexibility for those who prefer to shop online but don’t want to wait for next-day delivery—the wireless carrier company has added 250 (and counting!) Express Pickup Locker retail locations across the country, including one right here in Raleigh. 14811 W. Maple Road

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