Next month, New Raleigh will celebrate a big milestone, five years in publication. In 2007, when New Raleigh started, hyper-local city blogs were all just getting off of the ground in cities across the country.
Rumors started swirling earlier this week that the Indpendent Weekly was being sold. We reached out to a few Indy employees, all of which said ‘no comment’ and so it seemed imminent.
Hopscotch announces their 2011 Lineup with Flaming Lips, Guided By Voices, Drive-By Truckers, Superchunk, Dodos and more.
Raleigh-Durham is officially (according to the NYTimes) North Carolina’s Axis of Cool. We’ll take it.
If you weren’t excited about Hopscotch Festival, wait until you see these show lineups.
Play hopscotch for a chance to win 2 of the sold-out VIP passes.
We have a preview of a few of the upcoming shows at September’s Hopscotch Music Festival in Downtown Raleigh.
New Raleigh would like to thank all of our readers who voted for us in the first Local Blog Category in the Indy Week’s Best of the Triangle Awards.
The already massive September festival gets even bigger with a few more notable names added to the mix.
Hopscotch gets a mention from the NY Times.
Vampire Weekend, Owl City and 311 to headline an all star cast of bands that will play a fourth day of Hopscotch Music Festival.
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 local independent paper which focuses on events throughout the Triangle has decided to focus their attention in Downtown Raleigh for a large scale, multiple day music festival.