Month: September 2009
Carolina Ale House and the Carolina Hurricanes Team up for Another Great Season of Hockey When the Canes are on the road during the 2009-2010 season, Caniac fans will once again gather at Carolina Ale House for the Canes Cool Bars Tour. All Carolina Ale House locations will play host to games, contests, prizes, raffles… Read More ›
“Lawson’s book is a snapshot of early-18th-century America,” notes Dr. Jeanne Marie Warzeski, curator of colonial and antebellum history at the N.C. Museum of History. “It is unrivaled as a source for the early history of North Carolina.”
Over the past 25 years, the City of Raleigh Arts Commission has provided ongoing exhibition opportunities for more than 150 local artists, and helped create a lively downtown arts-friendly environment. In celebration of this achievement, the Arts Commission is sponsoring “Retrospective 25,
North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre’s surprisingly strong community-theater production of Dan Goggin’s 1985 musical comedy, NUNSENSE, which pokes gentle fun at the sisters of the Catholic Church, proved to be a real crowd-pleaser
Band Together NC, a local nonprofit organization that uses music to raise funds and awareness for select Triangle charities, has announced that Phil Gruber, Rich Lee and Hooker Manning have been added to its board.