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Control Cord Clutter for Good

10/16/2017 Bull City Blogs 0

Do you have a box/drawer/cabinet/bin/closet that looks like the picture above? If you live in the United States and use any kind of technology, there’s a really good chance you do. While you may, on occasion, untangle one of those cords or cables and put it to good use, most of the time they will […]

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Weekend at a Glance: Pumpkins, Parties and Pours

10/12/2017 Bull City Blogs 0

The Art of H.U.S.T.L.E – Thursday, 2:30-3:45pm – Interested in music? Startups? Maybe even both? Join Rapper Royce da 5’9″, Gabriel Eng-Goetz of Runaway, and Areli Barrera de Grodski of Cocoa Cinnamon to discuss how to survive and thrive in the music, fashion and food and beverage industries. The panel is part of Black Wall […]

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Theater Week – Near Side of the Moon

10/10/2017 chris 0

  Image: Rkinch A listing of Triangle theater performances through October 16, 2017   OPENING: Darkside – Burning Coal stages Tom Stoppard’s 2013 radio drama incorporating music from Pink Floyd’s 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon, and tricky questions of moral philosophy. Directed by Pálína Jónsdóttir. This week: Thursday-Saturday 7:30, Sunday 2:00. Continues […]

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Theater Week – The Middle Stages

10/04/2017 chris 0

  A listing of Triangle theater performances through October 9, 2017   OPENING: * Momma’s Boy – “The story of a young man who takes pride in being macho but really is a momma’s boy.” One performance: Tuesday October 3 at 8:00. Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh. dukeenergycenterraleigh.com * School Project – Writer Ethan Lipton and artistic […]

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Theater Week – Early Stages

09/26/2017 chris 0

  A listing of Triangle theater performances through October 2, 2017   OPENING: Guys and Dolls – 1950 musical adaptation of Damon Runyon stories about lowlife New York criminals with hearts of gold, with songs by Frank Loesser and book by Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling. Presented by Cary Players. Director not listed. This week: […]

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It’s a Southern Thing Opens with Creative Comfort Food

09/25/2017 chris 0
Best shrimp and grits Durham

A string of new/revamped restaurants are about to open along W. Main Street in downtown Durham,  and It’s A Southern Thing is the newest to officially open doors today (Monday, September 25th). The owner, Pete Susca, worked as the bar manager at Motto (the restaurant’s former incarnation) and always envisioned what it would be like…

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Theater Week – Bull Dog

09/19/2017 chris 0

  A listing of Triangle theater performances through September 25, 2017   OPENING: Playing with Fire – Theatre in the Park presents Barbara Field’s 1989 stage adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Director not listed. This week: Friday and Saturday 7:30, Sunday 3:00. Continues through October 8. TIP, Raleigh. theatreinthepark.com Pride and Prejudice – University Theatre […]

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Travel Bites: Asheville Eats

09/18/2017 chris 0
Best restaurants at Biltmore Estate

With fall just around the corner, it’s time to think about favorite places to go for foliage…and of course, good food should factor into the equation. In this “Travel Bites” blog, we’re mentioning a few of our favorite stops from a quick weekend trip to one of the most popular cities in the NC mountains:…Read More »

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Theater Week – Fog of War

09/12/2017 chris 0

  Virtual avatar of “Michael” (Trevor Johnson) in Closer Than They Appear – Icarus Studios A listing of Triangle theater performances through September 18, 2017   OPENING: The Cake – A baker finds it hard to reconcile her religious beliefs with a wedding cake order for two women about to be married. PlayMakers Rep begins […]