April 2019

Greensboro by Train

Apr 15, 2019 Lauren Kruchten 0
Raleigh’s new Union Station yields the perfect excuse to take an Amtrak day trip to a nearby city, no car required. With stops in Cary, Durham, Greensboro, High Point and Charlotte, there are plenty of […]
April 2019

MerleFest: Grass Roots

Apr 8, 2019 Lisa Snedeker 0
For the uninitiated, MerleFest wasn’t named for Merle Haggard, although the country legend has performed at the top-rated Americana roots festival over the years. MerleFest, now synonymous with its mix of traditional, roots-oriented music from […]
April 2019

Brews & Baseball

Apr 8, 2019 Lauren Kruchten 0
The Carolina Mudcats are brewing up something exciting for the team’s 2019 baseball season, a change that will include spiffy new uniforms inscribed with a different name and colors—but for four night games only. The […]
March 2019

Blue is the New Black

Mar 22, 2019 Raleigh Magazine 0
This season’s cobalt and navy-hued blues mean you can add a sense of pomp to your standard wardrobe of basic blacks without being too over the top. Bright tops keep it professional at work but […]
March 2019

Top 5 to check out this March

Mar 22, 2019 Lauren Kruchten 0
Cotton House Craft Brewers Cary This new taproom located in downtown Cary in the old Pasmore House—a circa-1900 National Historic Site building—boasts comfy seating areas, antique light fixtures and original hardwood floors more than a […]
March 2019

Land of the Pines

Mar 15, 2019 Lauren Kruchten 0
No matter where you go in Pinehurst, a village in Moore county near the town of Southern Pines, the namesake trees are always in view. They elevate the North Carolina Sandhills’ natural beauty, dotting the […]
March 2019

All Aboard

Mar 10, 2019 Megan Dohm 0
Sunshine warms members of the Neuse River Valley Model Railroad Club as they migrate from breakfast in City Market to their almost-downtown clubhouse for a couple hours of building. The club is roughly 2,000 square […]
March 2019

Good Form

Mar 5, 2019 Raleigh Magazine 0
An evening at the theatre calls for a measure of decorum and your undivided attention. Actors have worked long and hard to create a compelling performance for theatre-goers, and it’s unfortunate when that work is […]
March 2019

KoreaFest Comes to Town

Mar 1, 2019 Cameron Walker 2
The cultural phenomenon known as the Korean Wave began in the ‘90s with the rise of K-pop and Korean TV dramas. In the years since, the world has become enamored with exported South Korean entertainment, […]
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