Artspace’s summer youth art classes offer a great alternative to summer camp

Posted on 05/06/15 No Comments

Summer will be here before you know it. Heck, it’s already May. And if you count Memorial Day as the unofficial start of the season, the clock is winding down. Like more Triangle families, you’re probably starting to piece together a summer calendar of activities. Beach? Mountains? A National Park maybe? If you’re going to […]

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One of Cary’s oldest shopping centers is now one of its freshest

Posted on 05/04/15 No Comments

Waverly Place in Cary is not at all the development it was a few years ago. Or ever.

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Downtown Raleigh’s growth reflects a long-term vision

Posted on 05/04/15 No Comments

Raleigh’s growth plan continues to roll out, and the entire Triangle is benefitting.

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TRIANGLE TO-DO: PEAKFEST! Tomorrow, Saturday, May 2 in Downtown Apex.

Posted on 05/01/15 No Comments

Apex’s largest annual event takes place Saturday, May 2.

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New grocery store chain presences signals continued growth for Triangle

Posted on 04/19/15 No Comments

Publix is a not a new grocery store chain. They’ve been around a long time (84 years) and have more than a thousand stores in only six states. And like so many other national business, the very popular food store has taken a liking to North Carolina and will open its second Triangle store in […]

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Durham Bulls look local for 2015 food concessions, to sell its own craft beer

Posted on 04/17/15 No Comments

The Durham Bulls have updated concessions, kept the fun the same.

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Triangle To Do: Cary to host food truck festival this Sunday!

Posted on 04/17/15 No Comments

Cary’s own food truck rodeo, Chatham Street Chowdown is this Sunday.

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From festivals to town celebrations, the Triangle’s fun season is heating up.

Posted on 04/17/15 No Comments

There’s always a great concert or local celebration happening in the Triangle in the summer.

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Tomorrow’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade has rich history in City of Oaks.

Posted on 03/13/15 No Comments

Image from http://www.raleighstpats.org/ This Saturday, Downtown Raleigh will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with its annual parade. Unfortunately, it may be the last due to the cost of employing Raleigh’s finest to provide security and crowd control. The parade has been held for 33 years. Potential demise aside, it’s still always been an excellent way to […]

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NCSSM earns $1 million gift from science foundation

Posted on 03/13/15 No Comments

Winning video entry by NCSSM for the North Carolina Spaces for Innovation Challenge   The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) was the first high school of its kind in the nation. Because of its success in challenging students to meet the demands of a highly rigorous STEM curriculum, long before STEM was a […]

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