Current Articles

Need a Summer Activity? Become a Citizen Scientist

Above: Citizen scientists look for caterpillars on milkweed for the Monarch Larva Monitoring Project, which asked participants to  help track the reproductive success of monarchs. Photo courtesy of NCMNS The.

  • 0

Major League Cricket in Morrisville Grows Love for the Sport

BY Kyle Marie McMahon Cognizant Major League Cricket (MLC) opened its 2024 season in Morrisville on July 5. Despite the sweltering heat, the community packed Church Street Park (5800 Cricket.

  • 0

2024 Outdoor Summer Movies in Wake County

2024 Outdoor Movies in Wake County BY Elizabeth Brignac Raleigh, Western Wake, and other areas in Wake County offer many outdoor venues where you can enjoy a picnic dinner, spread.

  • 0

Discover Chatham Beverage District: Best Drinks in Pittsboro

Discover Chatham Beverage District: Eat, Drink, Play at The Plant BY DATHAN KAZSUK Embark on a 40-minute drive down Highway 64 and discover a captivating world of beverage producers and.

  • 0

DPAC’s Josh Anderson Has Seen It All!

DPAC’s Josh Anderson: 23 Years of Broadway, Concerts and Comedy BY DATHAN KAZSUK In his 23 years in the entertainment industry, the Durham Performing Arts Center’s (DPAC) director of production, Josh Anderson,.

  • 0

Photojournal: North Carolina Beach Tourism 100 Years Ago

By Eric Medlin In our upcoming July/August issue, we include an article called Beach Fun Back in the Day that covers how people enjoyed vacations at North Carolina beaches a.

  • 0

In the Garden: Midsummer

BY CHERYL CAPALDO TRAYLOR This is one of a series of online articles we offer on maintaining and improving your garden throughout the year.  Hopefully you and your plants are.

  • 0

The Trilogy School Celebrates 25 Years of Serving Kids with Learning Challenges

BY ELIZABETH BRIGNAC In 1999, Judy Williams, a developmental education specialist, and Laura Wyatt, an educator and psychologist focused on kids with special needs, recognized a need in the Triangle.

  • 0

How To Find the Rare Painted Bunting at Dorothea Dix Park

BY KRISTEN SCHRUM For the past three years, visitors to Dorothea Dix Park have been treated to a rare avian sighting for the Raleigh area: the painted bunting. A male.

  • 0

Men’s and Women’s Soccer Teams Compete at TST for a $1 Million Prize in Cary

BY KYLE MARIE McMAHON The Soccer Tournament (TST) returned to Cary this week for its second annual competition at WakeMed Soccer Park. This open tournament brings together domestic and international teams,.

  • 0