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Preview: 2021 Triangle Tango Regatta on Nov. 13 & 14

Ahoy! The 2021 Triangle Tango Regatta sets sail Saturday, Nov. 13 at 9:30am in the middle of Lake Crabtree. This intercollegiate sailing competition, presented by the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance (GRSA) & NC State Sailing, brings 9 university teams together…

Best Bets: Botanical Gardens Across the Triangle

What's the difference between a botanical garden and an arboretum? It depends on who is asked. Some experts say that an arboretum is a specialized botanical garden while others say the words are simply synonyms. This got us thinking about…

Preview: Fest in the West in Cary Arrives Nov. 6

Howdy partners! Shuffle on down to Cary for Fest in the West. The annual festival is returning to the USA Baseball Training Complex on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 10am-4pm. Expect food trucks, live music, contests, and of course kid activities.…

Mountains-to-Sea Trail Celebrates 44 Years

Happy Birthday to the Mountains-to-Sea Trail (MST)! The 1175 mile trail stretching from the Great Smoky Mountains to the Outer Banks turns 44 this September. The Friends of the MST, an advocacy group that promotes construction, volunteer work, and promotion…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…