Deep South’s Raleigh Downtown Live will be thinned out this year.
Concerts (who?) will start in the first week of June.
The bands keep on coming for the summer concert series at downtown’s new outdoor pavilion.
A watercolor of the new outdoor entertainment spot in Downtown Raleigh coming later this year.
Hopscotch Director Greg Lowenhagen and Curator and Independent Weekly Music Editor Grayson Currin have been working for months on getting a lineup that includes a good mix of local and national groups. The lineup is here and it is worth the wait.
The artfarmers are back on the scene with a fundraiser to help keep the mosquitos out.
More bands are announced for the outdoor amphitheater in Downtown Raleigh.
Kings reopening in a more central location in Downtown Raleigh, a half of a block off of Fayetteville Street, will be a great addition to downtown as a whole, not only the music scene.
Another new bar for the warehouse district.
Get your tickets for the April beer fest now.
Party time this Saturday night brought to you by the same guys that organized the Hood Internet after party chaos/amazing evening.
A new location for Raleigh locavores!
A few mediterranean items will be added to the already great Indian menu.
The latest brewpub in the downtown area prepares for opening day.
Krav Maga, a fighting style that’s quickly making its way to the East Coast, shows up in Downtown Raleigh.
Food, drink, prizes, and…speed dating?
One of the more upscale restaurants in Downtown Raleigh has closed and will become a new restaurant soon.
Meters aim for quicker turnaround in prime parking areas.
Cooks know that central Raleigh has lacked a good kitchen store for a long time.
Triangle Transit recently adopted a new theme song made popular by Britney Spears. Oops!..I did it again.
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