Cultural

Pullen Arts Center Reopens in Northern Pullen Park

The Pullen Arts Center reopened on Wednesday, Sept. 1st after renovations and expansions were complete. Located in the northern section of Pullen Park (105 Pullen Road, Raleigh, NC 27607), this facility provides a space for artists of all types, ages, and…

Labor Day Events in the Triangle

Labor Day is right around the corner, and we believe you deserve a break. Here is a list of 8 amazing things happening in the Triangle during the long weekend. Shop till you drop, fly airplanes, sit in the driver's…

A Look at Dorothea Dix Park's Fall Schedule

Dorothea Dix Park recently announced its Fall Program Guide. The list is extensive so we narrowed it down to the 7 most family-friendly activities being offered including a teddy bear picnic, a kids nature program, and a locals festival. If…

DPAC's Broadway Series Preview through December

After over a year of waiting, the Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) has traded its ghost light for gobos, and its empty seats for an audience. Although many exciting performances happen at the DPAC, including an upcoming Styx World Tour,…

Guide: August & September Festivals in the Triangle

Aug. 28-29th Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival Downtown Cary The Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival is back this August in downtown Cary. After only taking its second hiatus in history, once for a hurricane and last year for Covid-19, the Town of Cary is…

'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…

New Display Debuts at the NC Museum of History

The North Carolina Museum of History has a new pop-up panel display opening this Jan. 28. Learn fascinating details about the Green Book, the annual travel guide that helped African Americans navigate Jim Crow segregation. Published from 1936 to 1966,…

Nights of Lights at Raleigh’s Dorothea Dix Park

Driving around to look at neighborhood holiday lights is a tradition among so many families--including mine. It’s always so much fun to see the variety of decorations. From classic white lights to a lawn full of inflatables to over-the-top displays…