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Things to Do

Ready to celebrate Independence Day in a big way this year? Fireworks displays, bounce houses, live music and other patriotic celebrations are lined up all across the Raleigh area to celebrate America's 246th birthday—don't miss out! Here's your rundown on the biggest and best family-friendly Fourth

Things to Do

With warmer weather upon us, water fun is a must for families and kids! From splash pads with giant water buckets and plenty of sprinklers to lake beaches with beautiful views, here are some of the...

Dining & Drinks

A family-owned institution for more than 60 years now, the double doors of the now-fabled Angus Barn swung wide on June 28, 1960—a 275-seat steak-and-potatoes based restaurant dreamt up by...

Things to Do

Juneteenth—the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the abolition of slavery in the U.S.—became a federal holiday in 2021, 156 years after slaves in Galveston, Texas were...

Things to Do

Every two weeks, we send out a newsletter that includes the best of the best upcoming events. If you sign up for our E-magazine, you'll get those, plus all the best new content (our favorite...

Sports & Recreation

Update, June 1: The City of Raleigh and Dorothea Dix Park announced that the popular sunflower fields will be back again this year! The field on the edge of downtown Raleigh is expected to bloom in mid-July. Read below for more details on this Raleigh summer tradition!...