Broughton High School seniors were presented their yearbooks and caps and gowns by enthusiastic staff in an elaborate purple and gold parade May 26. photography by Marc Ridel Creative
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We may not be able to hold our phone lighters above our heads as we sway in time to the beat at the Cat’s Cradle or PNC Arena, but there is still a host of live performances available.
On May 30th, the families of Ravenscroft seniors Charlotte Tannenbaum (daughter of Pickel and Pete Tannenbaum), Amelia Holdstock (daughter of David and Ramona Holdstock) and Eleanor Campbell (daughter of Caroline and Colin Campbell) celebrated the girls’ graduation. Siblings Ally Tannebaum,…
Jennifer Kelly and Christy Connell hosted an oyster roast from Locals Seafood on the back porch of the Kelly home May 29 to celebrate two special birthdays.
Lolly Norris (Grand Lolly) is fêted for her 95th birthday at her home at the Cardinal at North Hills on May 6 by (from left to right) Gerda Stein, Lee Norris, Katie O’Neal, John O’Neal, Ann O’Neal and Laura Raynor.
In April, the Attride family played Pictionary with across-the-street neighbors the Roberts family. The families also gathered for a socially distanced dinner party.
Jessica Hoskin, Jonathan Flora and Sarah Delgross celebrate Hoss’ 42nd birthday with a picnic on Halifax Mall on April 8.
Friends of St. David’s thanked outgoing president Elizabeth Matthews at a socially distanced volunteer appreciation event on her front lawn.
Lauren Kennedy Brady, artistic director of Theatre Raleigh, and family created an alternative theatre experience over Memorial Day weekend.
Daniel, Teddy and Jennifer Russell pose on the front porch of their home in historic Oakwood.
Members of the North Carolina Symphony (Mary Boone, flute; Sam Gold, viola; Jeanine Wynton, violin and Sunrise Kim, cello) performed a porch concert on May 25 at the home of Ann Robertson and Hans Linnartz in the historic Oakwood neighborhood.