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Month: August 2009


Wine distributors from across North Carolina pour the largest and most varied selection of wines for any tasting held in our area. Over 300 offerings from around the world including Australia, New Zealand, California, France, North Carolina, Chile, Oregon and Washington State will be poured. Come enjoy music, vendors selling wine-inspired memorabilia and activities for the kids!

Terror at Possum Creek: No Vacancy | Oct 15-31

Did the developers make a deadly mistake when they bought the old Manor property from the Town of Possum Creek to build an all-inclusive family spa and resort? Will the guests survive their trip to the resort? Raleigh Jaycees host Haunted House at 4601 Creedmoor Rd to support both the Raleigh Jaycees and local charities…. Read More ›

The Raleigh International Festival is celebrating its 24th anniversary. Oct. 2 — 4

The Raleigh International Festival is celebrating its 24th anniversary. Started in 1986, the festival  has become a key component of the Triangle’s cultural and artistic offerings with over fifty participating ethnic groups. Activities and exhibits include the main stage with continuous entertainment from local and international dance groups, food booths with culinary offerings from around… Read More ›

Console Wars — Game Makers Reduce Price to Outsell Competitors

Interesting timing don’t you think? For one thing this once again evens out the pricing model with Sony and it then comes down to getting a gaming console with a great social media/online gaming element versus a really good blu-ray player and gaming console. Either way you’re getting a good deal if you’re just jumping into the market for buying a console. For the owners of older 360s that have suffered hardware failure time and time again, getting a replacement of the original 20 gig model, it seems, will no longer be an option. How will this work remains to be seen. Will they just keep sending out refurbished models?


One of the highlights of Carolina Ballet’s twelfth season is Robert Weiss’ new ballet inspired by works of Pablo Picasso to coincide with the exhibit “Picasso and the Allure of Language” at Duke University’s Nasher Museum.