North Carolina’s Center for Architecture and Design “Green and Grand Opening” this Saturday, March 17th, from 1 to 8 p.m.
Raleigh got a nice shoutout in the State of the Union address tonight by President Barack Obama. Speaking about jobs and General Motors returning as the number #1 automaker in the world, Obama dropped Raleigh into the mix of cities where jobs could get a push.
North Carolina has grown by 121,000 residents just since the head count of the 2010 census – ranking our state fifth in growth following Texas, California, Florida, and Georgia. North Carolina continues to rank as the tenth most populous state in the nation, with a little over 9,600,000 citizens.
North Carolina’s Appalachian State University won the people’s choice award.
North Carolina Governor Bev Purdue says creating jobs is her number one priority.
Just another reason why Raleigh’s a great place to raise a family.
Legislative actions drag North Carolina backwards at a time when we are among the fastest growing states in the nation.
With a growth rate exceeding 100% in some areas, the Triangle is growing faster than national averages, and we’re experiencing the challenges of growth every day—from traffic congestion to crowded schools to a limited water supply.
There is little logic in seriously contemplating neighborhood schools as a solution to the achievement gap.
NCMA Expansion is featured in the July issue of ArchRecord.
Blame it on the deep fried Twinkies and chocolate covered bacon.
Larry Lessig, founder of the group Creative Commons and a pioneer in the open source and technology world, speaks today at the NC State Legislature at 11 am and then again at the Busy Bee at 5 pm.
North Carolina Rings in the New Year Smoke Free
A new ban goes into effect on December 1st.
For what looks like the third straight year, The Old North State finished at an almost pathetic 37th out of 50 states.
Bear witness to the mechanical mayhem from the Grandstands!
The Collectors Gallery is set to reopen the weekend of Raleigh Wide Open 4, bringing premiere fine craft to Fayetteville Street.
Visitors have one month to enjoy the North Carolina Museum of Art before it temporarily closes for seven months. The Museum expansion is scheduled to open in mid-April 2010.
Best cocktails in town
Recently two local marketing guys named Kipp Bodnar and Jeff Cohen started North Carolina Wine TV, an online video show published twice weekly that reviews wines produced right here in North Carolina. To understand the importance of wine in our state, consider that North Carolina is now home to approximately 80 wineries. Kipp and Jeff have now set out to taste wines produced by every one of them. Raleigh in particular is fortunate to have two wineries located within very close proximity, and visiting these wineries for tours and tastings makes for an inexpensive and enjoyable day trip. I recently interviewed Kipp and Jeff. We discussed topics ranging from their favorite restaurant, their favorite things about Raleigh, and of course, North Carolina Wine TV. I hope you find this as interesting as I do. More below the fold…
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