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.
On March 25, the Friends of the Judaic Art Gallery hosted its 11th I ♥ Purim fundraiser, this year themed An Intergalactic Gala.
On March 22, Skate Raleigh officially broke ground on its downtown skatepark project on Dortch Street.
Designed For Joy celebrated a new leather handbag line with a launch party in their Warehouse District studio on March 30.
WALTER hosted renowned visual artist Beverly McIver in conversation with Liza Roberts at downtown’s Contemporary Art Museum.
On Mar. 2, Raleigh’s premier arts venue officially raised the curtain on its new name: Martin Marietta Center for the Performing Arts.
Paul Coggins and Glen Medders showcased their home and art collection to the men of CAM’s private art collectors group on Feb. 9.
Roanoke to Raleigh hosted an event at All Saints Chapel to celebrate a new version of The Lost Colony, America’s oldest outdoor drama.
The gala celebrated its 25th anniversary benefiting Methodist Home for Children, honored new board members and more
On Feb. 23, Raleigh-based video production agency Myriad hosted Adobe for an event to showcase its newest features.
This celebration featured the crowning of the King and Empress, the Oakwood Second Line Band, New Orleans-themed food and drink and a parade
On Jan. 31, the North Carolina Football Club celebrated an expanded partnership with Merz Aesthetics and unveiled a new mini pitch.
The SECU Foundation, Dix Park Conservancy and the City of Raleigh celebrated the start of the restoration of the three historic Stone Houses.
On Jan. 6, Artspace celebrated First Friday and the opening of the exhibit Familiar Interplay by Sanjé James.