CAM Raleigh honored the legacy of Betty Eichenberger Adams with a luncheon prepared by James Beard award-winning chef Ashley Christensen.
The North Carolina Museum of History held its annual member holiday party, Candy Canes and Cocktails to benefit the museums’ programming and education.
The 2020 Stars of the Industry Awards gala recognized exemplary performance and service in the hospitality industry across the state.
Chef Scott Crawford hosted celebrity chef Kenny Gilbert January 26 for the annual Savor Sweeter Dreams Dinner, benefitting The Green Chair Project.
Triangle Wine & Food Experience is North Carolina’s premier charity wine event that benefits the Frankie Lemmon School & Developmental Center.
The Visual Arts Exchange (VAE) celebrates 40 years of supporting local artists with an art-centered party at Dorton Area March 7.
Leland Little holds inaugural contemporary art auction featuring pieces from prominent collectors including Larry Wheeler, former director of NCMA.
Student-led fundraiser at Broughton High School promotes awareness of neurological conditions.
This month offers plenty of opportunities to absorb a little arts and culture.
Filmmaker and Hayti Heritage Film Festival curator Lana Garland discusses the importance of black film and the effect it has on the community.
An NC State grad introduces the next iteration of his Offline brand, built around disconnecting from screens and enjoying our city.
Jackie Locklear, the honorary chair of the Triangle Wine & Food Experience, shares how she got involved with Frankie Lemmon.
Our annual speaker series for young women gathers leaders from a variety of fields, including art, science, news and nonprofit.
The Triangle Wine & Food Experience has an updated name that underscores its growing support from local chefs.