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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…

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,…

'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…

Backyard Flex Spaces to the Rescue

  So many of us are working and doing schoolwork from home because of COVID-19. And now a year later, it’s getting harder and harder to do all of these things in the same space. All of us can probably…

COVID-19 Vaccine Special Alert

People with Intellectual and other Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) are now explicitly included in prioritized populations for the COVID-19 vaccine in North Carolina, according to an announcement this week by Governor Roy Cooper. Any individuals with I/DD receiving 30 days or…

Raleigh Startup Aims to Help Breastfeeding Women

After giving birth, many breastfeeding moms experience postpartum problems. Around 70% of women experience difficulties breastfeeding and low milk supply. But having a new baby during a global pandemic adds a new layer of worry to most parents’ minds. Indeed,…

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,…

GUIDE: North Carolina's Zoos and Aquariums

North Carolina has an impressive array of places to see and learn about animals. We have zoos, aquariums, animal sanctuaries, science centers and more, offering in-person experiences with animals from aardvarks to zebras. Whether you walk through, drive through or…

10 Locally Owned Toy Stores in the Triangle

The Triangle is really lucky to have so many locally-owned toy stores around. When you shop from them, you frequently get convenient perks like gift registries and free wrapping, and always enjoy very personal shopping experiences that the big brick…

Triangle 2020 Holiday Art and Craft Fairs

The winter holidays are full of family fun, foods and shopping for artisan-crafted treasures and unique gifts. This year is no different, except for the COVID-related safety precautions in place to keep shoppers and vendors safe. Check out this list…

fit RDU Offers Outdoor Exercise Classes

Many of us are really struggling to keep our mental health in check right now. Between the stress of virtual schooling, isolation and worry about jobs and the economy it’s not easy to stay upbeat. One great way to…