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While it's certainly beginning to feel a lot like summer, the coming July 4th holiday is going to be a different one to say the least. There will be no in-person firework showcases, no baseball games and no outdoor concerts in major venues to attend. Parks, restaurants and some attractions are...

A World of Bluegrass, Online

Monday, June 29, 2020, 9am by David Menconi

Note: Authored by David Menconi, this piece has been produced in partnership with Raleigh Arts. While the coronavirus shutdown has canceled thousands of music events worldwide, Raleigh, N.C.'s annual bluegrass shindig will go on this fall—albeit in a very different form. The...

The Best Hidden Gems in Raleigh, N.C.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020, 10am by visitRaleigh

Note, May 27: Due to COVID-19, the hours or operational status of some of the items below have changed. We have included current information as of May 27, but please check websites or social media to confirm before finalizing plans. The Raleigh area is home to some of the best-kept secrets when it
There are a lot of things we miss doing in Raleigh, N.C., right now. While most of the country has been under stay-at-home orders for several weeks now due to COVID-19, we've been dreaming up plans to rediscover the Raleigh area once it's safe to do so. We've narrowed our list of...

Live Music Streams from Raleigh, N.C.

Thursday, April 16, 2020, 2pm by David Menconi

Even though Raleigh, N.C.'s nightclubs, theaters and arenas are dark and empty due to the nationwide coronavirus quarantine shutdown, some musicians have stepped up to fill the live-music void with online streamed performances. A lot of these are catch-as-catch-can, often announced with little...
Note: Authored by David Menconi, this piece has been produced in partnership with Raleigh Arts. The ongoing COVID-19 virus shutdown has temporarily brought Raleigh’s nightlife and live-music scene to a halt, but lots of venues, musicians and listeners are adapting as best they can to the