The City of Raleigh Arts Commission kicks off its 2012 exhibition series for the Miriam Preston Block Art Gallery and the Block2 Street Video Series on Feb. 2. Free and open to the public, the exhibition series features paintings, mixed media works, glasswork, photographs, handmade books, drawings and videos.
“Bean to bar” organic chocolate maker Videri Chocolate Factory will hold a grand opening on Friday, January 13, 2012.
Raleigh-based band the Connells will make a rare performance the Pour House on Friday, December 16th, 2011 at 9:30 pm. Ticket Price is $15 advance/$18 at the door. The Connells play guitar-oriented pop/rock music. They never received the status that they should have, and have not played regularly in years. Their albums include Darker Days […]
Mandolin Restaurant occupies a place that is home to some old Raleigh history. But, in recent times the restaurants that have operated there have quickly become history. While Red Dragon has continued to thrive next door, EVOO and the other incarnations of 2519 Fairview Road have opened and then quietly disappeared. Raleigh native Sean Fowler […]
The Carolina Ballet‘s performance of The Nutcracker opens December 16 and runs through December 24 at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. Carolina Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker features a cast of over 100 dancers and children accompanied by a live orchestra of classical musicians, lavish redesigned scenery and stunning beautiful costumes. This production features cutting edge magic […]
Our weekly selection of things to do in Raleigh, NC the week of November 28, 2011: Martha Marcy May Marlene at the Rialto, Rembrandt at the NC Museum of Art, Winterfest, N.C. State vs. Indiana and more.
Things to do in Raleigh, NC the week of November 21, 2011, Martha Marcy May Marlene at the Rialto, Carolina Ballet’s Cinderella, Rembrandt at the NC Museum of Art, Hurricanes Hockey and more.
A class action lawsuit filed in Raleigh alleges that Ephren W. Taylor II, famous for becoming “America’s youngest African American CEO of a public company,” was actually running a Ponzi scheme that defrauded churchgoers out of tens of millions of dollars. The case, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, […]