Dorothea Dix Park, in collaboration with the Downtown Raleigh Alliance, Artsplosure and artist Katie Stewart, installed a whimsical reprieve.
On May 24, the Raleigh Police Department Foundation hosted Conversations with the Chief, an opportunity for Raleigh community members to get to know Raleigh Police Chief Estella Patterson.
On April 5, WALTER hosted At the Table with VIETRI CEO Susan Gravely in honor of her new book, Italy on a Plate: Travels, Memories, Menus.
The North Carolina Symphony’s education concerts give Wake County 4th graders an introduction to a variety of instruments and music
On March 19, Gallery C hosted its annual Best of North Carolina Exhibit, featuring North Carolinian art from the 19th and 20th century.
On February 24, the American Cancer Society of North Carolina hosted its inaugural North Carolina Discovery Ball.
On April 29 the Durham Library Foundation hosted All Booked Up, an after-hours party celebrating the library.
The Maintain Your Brain Battle of the Bands increases awareness of mental health, stroke, dementia, traumatic brain injury and concussion.
The Credit Union recently hosted delegates from the North Carolina African Confederation of Co-operative Savings and Credit Associations.
The third annual Big Night In for the Arts raised over $170,000 for the Triangle arts community.
More than 750 local business leaders and influencers gathered March 1 at the Raleigh Convention Center for Wake Tech IGNITE.
On March 27, restaurateur Sarah Abernethy hosted a powerhouse panel discussion on Allyship in Hospitality featuring Ashley Christensen, Angela Salamanca, Preeti Waas, Paula De Pano and Rachel Brody.
North Carolina artist Patrick Dougherty visited L’école-French School of Raleigh on March 2 to build a work of art with students on its grounds.
On April 1 and 2, J. Cole’s third Dreamville Festival played host to 100,000 total guests with fans traveling from a record-breaking 23 countries across four continents as well as all 50 states.