Activities

BODYARMOR State Games Are Back This Summer

Do you enjoy playing sports? Are you an amateur? If you answered "yes" to both of those questions then you may be interested in the BODYARMOR State Games. It's a sporting event that will span from June 5 through July…

Best Bets: Mother's Day in the Triangle

Mother’s Day is closing in fast--it’s always the second Sunday in May, and this year that’s May 9. As a mom myself, I can say that mothers want to feel appreciated, loved and pampered, but we’re all different. As for…

Moore Square Market Has Returned

The Moore Square Market in downtown Raleigh is returning for its third year this Sunday, May 2nd from 11am-3pm. After that, it will continue every Sunday through October 3rd. Expect a lively community bustling about as they shop from more…

The Dentzel Carousel Celebrates 100 Years

March 28, 2021, marked the 100 year anniversary of the Dentzel Carousel being part of Pullen Park. This carousel has had quite the ride over its lifetime from its inception in the early 1900s, to its time in Bloomsbury Park,…

How to Visit Gimghoul Castle in Chapel Hill

When you think of castles, places like Ireland, Scotland, and England may pop in your head. What about Chapel Hill? Probably not, but surprisingly, this part of the Triangle does have its own legitimate French-style château, Gimghoul Castle. It even…

'Golden Mummies of Egypt' Exhibit on Display

The North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) is now displaying the exhibit “Golden Mummies of Egypt” from the Manchester Museum in England. This is the exhibition’s first appearance at an American art museum. On view through July 11, 2021, it…

We Now Have Historic Downtown Raleigh Trading Cards

Picture two baseball fans studying their collection of cards and you may hear something like this: "I'll trade my Mickey Mantle for your Jackie Robinson." This year in downtown Raleigh, you may hear something slightly different: "I'll trade my Raleigh…