Little Raleigh Radio , an open-source radio station with a hyper-local focus is coming to Downtown Raleigh.
New Raleigh will highlight some of our favorite 2012 local music, new restaurants that opened this year, retail and other social and cultural stories that made the year another great one in the Raleigh area.
Barton Strawn recognized a void in Raleigh’s retail landscape and seeks to fill it with Lumina, a men’s clothing retailer opening downtown this week.
Kindred, located on Wilmington Street near Gravy, will feature up to 40 local designers and provide business mentoring and development classes for artists making luxury products.
We didn’t miss this bit of news, but were just caught up too much in the Hopscotch whirlwind to post it. It’s great to see that not only are tech companies like Red Hat and Citrix coming to downtown, they are bringing culture and attitude with them.
It has been exactly two years since Raleigh Denim opened their Retail Shop and Workshop on West Martin Street in Downtown Raleigh. But, Raleigh Denim are never sitting still, instead the crew are always thinking a few years ahead.
The longtime word on the street is now official, SPARKcon will move its center of operations from Fayetteville Street to the Warehouse District and the Raleigh Amphitheatre for 2012.
When Citrix snapped up Share File last year, we wondered what would happen to the tech startup.
Raleigh’s open-source, solution minded, hacker-conference-festival thing- CityCamp Raleigh returns this weekend.
North Carolina’s Center for Architecture and Design “Green and Grand Opening” this Saturday, March 17th, from 1 to 8 p.m.
Old or new, grungy or grand, Garden and Gun lists the South’s choicest places to order up a round and unwind and one of Raleigh’s newest bars, Fox Liquor Bar, makes the cut.
Another month, another free DiggUp Tapes show at Kings Barcade. This time, it’s all out-of-towners coming into Downtown Raleigh to rock out for free for you guys.
So great to see more renowned electronic artists coming to Downtown Raleigh.
Cheetie Kumar crafts new drinks for Neptune’s and talks Indian food on Martin Street.
Take a virtual tour of the building with Phil Stout, County Directory of Facilities Design & Construction.
Good design is part of what makes cities culturally relevant.
The Antlers and Yellow Ostrich put together a night of beautiful music at King’s Barcade.
See all of the winners and honorable mentions for the Raleigh Racks bike rack competition.
Raleigh continues to ride the top of the charts.
A second chocolate factory will be coming downtown.
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