tree with the words Raleigh sprawled across the branches. It comes in a couple of different color options, including black, plum, and grey. A great addition to your wardrobe for the Spring, Summer and Fall. Rock out with yer Raleigh out!
Currently it’s only available in women’s sizes but they are gauging interest in the mens category. If you are interested, let us know in the comments section. And if you aren’t that into prancing around with the name of the city you live in on your chest, check out the rest of their store on etsy or visit them on Capital Boulevard.
Now that FM Goods is leaving and Ahpeele have their own shop on Capital Boulevard, they can continue to hosts artists, bands and DJs at their new spot…and actually make somewhere on Capital Boulevard a hip destination. So long Glenwood South.
This coming Saturday, they will host a CD release party for Lonnie Walker’s new LP, These Times Old Times, which will be released on the locally based Terpsikhore Records. The party gets started at Schoolkids in the afternoon and continues on into the night at the Peele’s shop. They will also be hosting a “flea market/art/party thingy” soon, so stay tuned.
Saturday, May 30th, is Lonnie Walker day. The festivities start with the official in-store CD release show at School Kids Records at 5 p. m. The new record will be available for purchase there and it will be a perfect opportunity to support a great local band and a important local music shop.
The unofficial release party will be held later that night at the Ahpeele screenprinting/art studio space at 400 Capital Blvd. Doors open at 9 p.m., featuring a special set from Lonnie Walker to be followed by a night of DJ’s and dancing.