On Jan. 10, guests sampled bites from the newly imagined NCMA Café by Catering Works, located inside the NC Art Museum’s West Building.
Dec. 8 marked the beginning of the final phase of Beacon Point in Southeast Raleigh, a Purpose-Built Communities initiative.
Throughout December, Seagrove artists including Jugtown Pottery, Westmoore Pottery and Dean & Martin Pottery hosting Open House Weekends.
Former University of Georgia Bulldogs met at Tobacco Road Sports Cafe to watch the University of Georgia take on Texas Christian University.
The Cardinal and Carolina Lily Chapters of the NCL have partnered with The Flower Shuttle to deliver flowers to retirement facilities.
On Jan. 9, Governor Roy Cooper and secretaries Machelle Sanders and Walter Gaskin welcomed French Congressman Christopher Weissberg.
On No. 6, Bailey’s Fine Jewelry opened its newest location in the Fenton retail development in Cary with a modern look and sleek finishes.
On Nov. 3, the North Carolina Museum of History Foundation presented its 2022 Philanthropy Awards to honor contributions to N.C. history.
The Beaufort Historical Association held its annual Fall Party on Oct. 22 at the Beaufort Historic Site, featuring art and live music.
WALTER’s annual holiday event gathered dozens of Raleigh retailers for curated shopping experience, alongside food, drink and music.
What started as a fundraiser for the Frankie Lemmon School has since become a platform for like-minded women to share ideas and foster friendships for the sake of building a better community.
The Merrimon-Wynne House hosted its fourth annual Holiday Magic event on Nov. 27.
On Sept. 14, the Foundation of Hope held its Evening of Hope Gala at the Angus Barn Pavilion, featuring keynote speaker Marie Osmond, an entertainment icon and multi-hyphenate singer, actress and outspoken mental health advocate.
On Nov. 5, Burning Coal Theatre Company hosted its fall fundraising event, Sizzling Shakespeare with actors, theater buffs and arts patrons.