SPARKcon, Bugfest and other events this September in the Triangle.
Raleigh Little Theatre’s Groove in the Garden kicked off its fifth year of live and local music September 21.
by Miranda Evon | photography by S.P. Murray
When Marvin Creamer was five years old, his father had him stand at the Southwest corner of their barn in Vineland, New Jersey. Note, he told him, the place on the horizon where the sunsets. Day after day, Creamer watched to see if the sun set in the same place. Over time he realized the sun disappeared in different spots on the horizon with the changing seasons.
In this series, we poll our in-the-know friends on what they love to see, do, eat and more in the Triangle.
Take a break from the heat of summer with these cocktails around town
Head to these local bars across Raleigh that are serving up all kinds of specialty drinks to cool you off. These local cocktail menus will quench your thirst and have you exploring your tastebuds at happy hour.
The Cortez Seafood & Cocktail
The Cortez muddles refreshing drinks in their modern tiki bar, along with fresh seafood and tropical fare (Pro Tip: Order the Butterbeans and peas appetizer!) Sip on rosé during the one-...
Dust off your lawn chairs and shake off your blankets—it’s time to watch old family classics and new favorites under the stars. Check out the wide variety of movies that will be shown throughout July at venues like the Koka Booth Amphitheatre and Joyner Park in Wake Forest. And don’t forget the bug spray!
MOVIES BY MOONLIGHT AT KOKA BOOTH AMPHITHEATRE
The WakeMed Movies by Moonlight Series continues into July at Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre. Adult tickets are $5, and kids 12 and under get in for...