On Tuesday, September 7, Frank Daniels, Jr. celebrated his 90th birthday. Daniels, former publisher of The News & Observer and current part owner of WALTER, was joined by friends and family. __ This article originally appeared in the October 2021…
On July 17, members of the North Carolina Symphony, along with friends and family, gathered to celebrate French National Day on the anniversary of the storming of Bastille in 1789. Guests enjoyed food, fireworks, performances, and, of course, delicious French…
Members and guests of the Women’s Giving Network of Wake County gathered at Raleigh City Farm in July to celebrate and reconnect after a long stretch of Zoom meetings. They enjoyed rosé from Wine Authorities and visiting with feathered friends…
Chefs from across North Carolina gathered in Durham at Angus Barn’s Bay 7 for the North Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Association Chef Showdown competition. Guests were able to sample the chefs and mixologists’ creations and vote for their favorites to…
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On July 4, the North Carolina Symphony performed patriotic favorites at Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary.
They also honored Siu Tong, Hannah Chan, and Lihong Yu, who won US Presidential Service Awards.
On June 26, Horse & Buggy Press hosted an opening reception for Looking Out, Looking In: Drawings, Prints and Books by Ippy Patterson at PS 118 Gallery on West Parrish Street in Durham.
To celebrate the Olympic Games in Tokyo, The Cardinal at North Hills hosted its own “Cardinal Olympics.”
GalaxyCon, a four-day celebration of fandom for movies, television, comics, wrestling, and gaming returned to the Raleigh Convention Center from July 29 to August 1.