Tag: North Carolina
Ever wonder what unique treasures are behind the steel walls of the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA? The Interpretation and Collections Department and the Friends of the Battleship are giving everyone the opportunity to find out and it is at no cost to the public. Today, the Battleship launched the first digital initiative to share the extensive… Read More ›
MUSEUM PRESENTS NEW, FREE VIDEO SERIES The N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh presents the new video series North Carolina, Long Story Shorts. Entertaining and educational, the free programs are available in an on-demand streaming video format at www.ncmuseumofhistory.org. Under the “Education” link, just click “Videos on Demand,” register and watch history unfold. The videos… Read More ›
The nominations have been made and now it’s time to vote for your favorite “Cake Artist” to be recognized as the Best Cake Artist in the Triangle. The winner will receive a plaque and a web badge telling all that they have the mad skills to be the best. Below is the list of nominees… Read More ›
The Ruth S. Shur Summer Intensive Program for young dancers will begin its third season on Monday, June 18, 2012. Once again Carolina Ballet and Saint Mary’s School are collaborating on this summer intensive which attracts young dancers to the Raleigh area from all around the country. “Our partnership with Saint Mary’s has been terrific,” says artistic director Robert Weiss. “We are so lucky to have their beautiful campus be home to the dancers for the five weeks they are here.”
Joe Zonin, Carolina Brewing Company, accepts award presented by Susie Potter of Triangle Arts and Entertainment at the Village Draft House in Cameron Village, Raleigh, NC.