Most Recent Midtown News

Dining Out for Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve dinner is widely recognized as a time for families to gather round a delicious meal and relax before the whirlwind of Christmas Day festivities begin. It’s a chance.

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Fair Fun + Fare, Capital City Ghosts, Holiday Events Roundup, Wye Hill Gold-Winning Beer

FAIR SEASON. The North Carolina State Fair kicked off today and runs through Sunday, October 23. Hours are 9 a.m.–11 p.m., Sunday–Thursday and 9 a.m.–midnight, Friday–Saturday. Advance tickets purchased online.

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Fall Fun in the Triangle and Beyond

Autumn is magical in the Triangle, and the options to enjoy the season are nearly endless. Jump on a hayride, navigate a corn labyrinth or visit one of the area’s.

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Field to Food

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, North Carolina is the 10th highest agriculture-producing state in the nation. It also has the 10th highest number of food-insecure citizens. Approximately 1.6 million North Carolinians.

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Editor’s Choice Fall 2022

Autumn is magical in the Triangle, and the options to enjoy the season are nearly endless. jump on a hayride, navigate a corn labyrinth or visit one of the area’s.

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“The People’s Collection, Reimagined”

The long-awaited North Carolina Museum of Art reinstallation debuts in October By Frances DeesePhotos courtesy of the NCMA   Ever since the North Carolina Museum of Art announced its intention.

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Famous Monsters

New to the Triangle, Sal Canzonieri and Electric Frankenstein look to reanimate their raucous rock ‘n’ roll By Bryan C. Reed   Sal Canzonieri can thank a bone tumor for.

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The Blue Ridge Craft Trails

This fall, stray from the beaten path. Embark on a brand-new network of trails in the North Carolina mountains to experience the ultimate harvest time retreat—complete with vibrant foliage, small-town.

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Create a Certified Cottage Bakery

By Deanna Martinez-Bay | Photos by 4 Seasons Photography   In 2010, I decided to expand from baking for family and friends to baking for customers. I was interested in.

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Gerald and Henry’s Plants

A 6th generation heirloom vegetable farmer nurtures his family’s legacy By Elizabeth Lincicome Photos courtesy of Gerald Adams   According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, an estimated 10.3% of.

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