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Best Bets: Musical Instrument Shops in the Triangle

Have more time on your hands? Looking for a new hobby? Maybe a musical instrument? Or perhaps, you're an old pro when it comes to riffing on the guitar. Wherever you may be on your musical journey, these eight locally-owned…

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…

Best Bets: Independent Book Stores in the Triangle

Digital books are typically inexpensive, convenient and earth-friendly. But does anything ever fully replace the feeling of your fingers fanning through the pages of a book? Folding a corner to remind yourself where you left off? Jotting down a quick…

Dino Safari Roars into Raleigh

We had a chance to sit down with the producer of Dino Safari, Tom Zaller, and get the inside scoop on what makes this larger than life drive-thru dinosaur experience roar.…

Best Bets: Independent Chocolatiers in the Triangle

The Triangle is absolutely replete with fine chocolatiers. We have options from Wendell to Raleigh to Durham and Hillsborough and everywhere in between. These artisans work on tiny, delicious canvases of rich chocolatey goodness and then offer their works of…

Celebrate Black History Month: Pope House Museum

Black History Month is here, and what better place to start the month off than at the Pope House Museum, the only African-American house museum in N.C., located in downtown Raleigh. This two-story relic is run by the City of…

February is Children’s Dental Health Month

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, which aims to promote the benefits of good oral health to children, their caregivers, teachers and many others. It’s never too early to start strong with oral hygiene!  The Poe Center in 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,…

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…

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