On Dec. 5, Marjorie Hodges and Allen Thomas of Artsuite hosted an open house gallery tour at The Hudson to showcase some of its artists.
The Hayes Barton neighborhood celebrated its 100th birthday with food trucks, trolley rides,, historic exhibits, and a costumed dog contest.
A sign was unveiled to honor Armistice Day and the partnership between Raleigh and its Sister City of Compiègne, France.
On Dec. 5, Boylan Heights turned into a giant art gallery for its 29th year. Several artists won awards in memory of Elizabeth Dunbar.
This year’s BEAS fundraising luncheon at CAM featured an artist conversation with Lakea Shepard moderated by Colony Little.
The Holt Brothers Foundation was invited by Midtown Events to set up a booth at the North Hills Tree Lighting.
WALTER hosted is signature shopping event, Celebrate the Season, at Raleigh’s Union Station, on December 1, 2021.
On Nov. 15, Raleigh’s Contemporary Art Museum hosted its second CAM Connections dinner with photographer Mikael Owunna and filmmaker Marques Redd
On Oct. 2, the Beaufort Historic Site hosted its annual Fall Party, which featured live jazz music, fine art, and delicious food.
On Sept. 28, Charlotte Russell Contemporary celebrated their inaugural exhibition at their Five Points location, Color Interactions.
On Nov. 4, the Raleigh Rescue Mission hosted its An Evening of Hope Gala at the Carolina Country Club to celebrate its 60th anniversary.
This summer, Jimmie White, owner of longtime car repair and detailing shop White-Wall Auto Repair on Hillsborough Street, sold his business.
On Oct. 13, WALTER presented its annual event that celebrates the joy and deliciousness of sourcing local, Taste of the Wild.
In June and July, the North Carolina Symphony returned to Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary for UNC Health Summerfest.