The Joys of Outdoor Seating in Downtown Raleigh
While it is just the start of spring and the weather is living up to its unpredictable reputation, the yearning for lunch outside with a cold drink in hand is weighing heavy on our hearts. Now let’s not get too dramatic. While these past five months or so have been chilly and rainy - warm, dry weather is on its way! What’s the best part? Downtown Raleigh is full of restaurants with ideal outdoor...
Run Green 8K Trying to get Guinness World Record...
Get your kilts on and be ready to run because the Guinness World Record Largest Kilt Race is coming to Raleigh, March 2nd. This is your chance to enjoy a great race and be a part of setting a new world record. The run will begin at 3pm located at 218 S. Blount Street. The n0g Run Club is a charity organization that is dedicated to promoting charities and charitable awareness among the...
Valentine's Day in Downtown Raleigh!
It is never easy trying to figure out where you want to do for Valentine’s Day and it is even harder trying to find a place that you and your significant other will both enjoy. Well, you don’t have to look anymore! Here are some of Downtown Raleigh’s restaurants that are having some fantastic Valentines’ Day dinner specials and parties that no one will want to miss! Live Work Play & Change...
Delta Rae to headline the Countdown to Midnight at...
Delta Rae will headline First Night Raleigh 2013, the capital city’s annual family-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration of the arts. The group will perform on the festival’s Main Stage on City Plaza, leading up to the Countdown to Midnight. Delta Rae is a 6-member band, hailing from Durham. Their unique approach to music produces songs that are a true Americana blend of soul-stirring gospel,...
Charles Meeker & Anne McLaurin named Honorary...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Michael Lowder Executive Director, Artsplosure firstname.lastname@example.org 919-832-8699 ext. 801 November 13, 2012 | Raleigh, NC – Tom Hester, president of the Artsplosure Board of Directors, announced today that former Mayor Charles Meeker and Dr. Anne McLaurin will serve as the Honorary Chairs of First Night Raleigh 2013. The 22nd annual...
Raleigh City Farm Wins "People and Planet" Green...
$5,000 Prize Awarded to Three Companies in Alaska, California, and North Carolina WASHINGTON, D.C. – For release September 19, 2012 – Green America announced today that Raleigh City Farm is among three national winners of its first “People & Planet” award, which recognizes America’s best green, small businesses. Each of three winners will receive $5,000. The other winners are: Sonoma Compost...
SPARKcon Brings a Creative Spin on Fun to the...
The creativity of the Triangle will be on display for the seventh year running this September 13-16 at SPARKcon! SPARKcon is a production of Visual Art Exchange, a non-profit that exists to keep Raleigh connected to up-and-coming artists and maintain its self-proclaimed title of “The Creative Hub of the South.” This year’s SPARKcon event will showcase 14 different “sparks” or creative themes...
11th Annual Big Bad Ball
The 11th Annual Big Bad Ball, A Gala Event to Benefit Hospice of Wake County will be held Saturday September 29th, 2012 at Capital City Club. Discounted Tickets are on Sale Until August 31st for $100. For Immediate Release Raleigh, N.C. (August 21, 2011) –Kitty Kinnin, the longtime radio personality from WRVA-FM, 100.7 The River, will host A Sophisticated Soiree, the 11th Annual Big Bad...
Triangle Restaurant Week Triangle Restaurant Week June 4 - 10, 2012 Contact: John Mason Triangle Blvd 919.673.3974 email@example.com For Immediate Release Triangle Blvd Announces June Triangle Restaurant Week :: June 4-10, 2012 Triangle Blvd, the Triangle’s leading digital agency and event organizer for Triangle Restaurant Week is proud to announce the June Triangle Restaurant...
Valentine's Day Ideas!
Left your Valentine’s Day Plans to the last minute? Here are some ideas to still make your sweetheart swoon or for the single lovers make some plans to get rid of the Valentine’s Day Blues! For a romantic dinner here are some Valentine’s Day Restaurant Specials and Options in the Downtown Raleigh area! SONO on Fayetteville Street has a Tuesday special of half priced bottles of wine! 518...
Zaky Mediterranean on Glenwood South
Many things can change when you are away from Raleigh for two weeks. One of those chances for me included the opening of Zaky Restaurant on Glenwood South. Working in Downtown means I have a ton of lunch options so today I opened myself up to suggestions from Corey. Zaky was on the top of her list. Although I had a little trouble finding the menu online since they are new to Google, but when I...
See Henry V (on Trapeze)!
Tickets are going fast for the last weekend of Henry V (on Trapeze). Thursday night’s show is already sold out. There are still tickets available for Friday and Saturday night at 7:30 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. To book your tickets now please call 919-834-4001 or visit us online at www.burningcoal.org. The press has been spectacular! Come see what they are raving about. “You probably...
Movember Starts Today!
This upcoming month Live Work Play will be participating in Movember, an event to raise awareness and funds for men’s health. Movember takes place every November around the world. Movember was created as a way for men (Mo’ Bros) and women (Mo’ Sistas) to increase awareness of certain health problems that men are at risk for, such as prostate cancer. This year, Live Work Play has...
New Chick-fil-A in Cameron Village
How excited are you about the opening of Chick-fil-A in Cameron Village? February, 2nd 2012 cannot get here soon enough! The opening of this Chick-fil-A will be a huge event because this location will be the first ever two story Chick-fil-A. Not only is it two stories, it also features two drive-thrus, an elevator and second floor outdoor seating. The building will be able to seat two-hundred...
The Irish Traditions Behind Halloween!
Halloween is said to be linked to the Celtic Festival Samhain which signaled the end of the harvest season in Gaelic culture. They believed that “All Hallows Eve” was the day where the world of the living and the dead overlapped where the dead would come back to earth and try and destroy the stock pilled harvest or cause havoc to the crops. This then sprang the idea to dress in costumes to mimic...