Archives: October 2014

Food Day Potluck Lunch At SEEDS

Head over to SEEDS Southside Garden in Durham tomorrow, October 24th, for a community potluck lunch to celebrate National Food Day! The SEEDS organization’s mission is to teach a respect for life, for the earth and for each other through gardening and growing food.  The garden, located in downtown Durham, is an urban garden where the practices of sustainable […]


Raleigh Fall Brew Fest | November 1st

Mark your calendar for the Raleigh Fall Brew Fest on Saturday, November 1st! The Brew Fest, featuring over 20 local and regional craft beers, as well as a Halloween costume contest is a celebration of craft beverages from around North Carolina. There will be live music, food and more! The event benefits the NC Therapeutic […]


Hillsborough Leads The Coolest Small Town Race!

The town of Hillsborough is leading the nomination voting for Budget Travel’s “Coolest Small Towns 2015″ contest! Budget Travel is accepting nominations for American towns with a population under 10,000 and a certain something that no place else has: great shops, food, a unique history, a breathtaking location, peerless music scene, art galleries, etc. Hillsborough is […]


Bull City Race Fest & Food Truck Rodeo

Don’t miss the 2nd Annual Bull City Race Fest and Food Truck Rodeo this Sunday, October 19th, in downtown Durham. The festival is fun for runners of any level, offering half-marathon, five-mile and one-mile distances through some of the prettiest parts of historic, downtown Durham. All races start near the American Tobacco Campus and end at the […]


Durham: Ranked High In Affordability By Kiplinger

Durham has made Kiplinger’s list of the nation’s “Cheapest Cities You’ll Want To Live In“! The list acknowledges that the cheapest places to live often aren’t necessarily the best places to live, so they sought out inexpensive cities that are actually attractive places to live, work and play, based on economic health and affordability. They […]


Explore The North Carolina Cheese Trail!

Want to connect with some of the many cheese producing local farms around our beautiful state? Well the North Carolina Cheese Trail can literally map out your gastronomic tour for you! A group of North Carolina cheese makers and cheese mongers have come together to plot out a map pinpointing a variety of farms and […]





Wide Open Bluegrass This Weekend!

Via Wide Open Bluegrass | Photo Cred Tim Lehmann Raleigh is celebrating its second year as the host city of IBMA’s Wide Open Bluegrass festival this weekend! This festival draws everyone from the world’s top bluegrass singers and musicians to novices and enthusiasts and is a true celebration of the “world of bluegrass”. The stages […]