Author E.J Simon has been fascinated with technology and how it can change the world for many decades. In the Cary-based author’s latest book, he draws on recent news stories about hacking and the NSA to create a thriller where, thanks to computers, no one is ever truly safe.
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Often, the plays and works of William Shakespeare are presented in a way that is not approachable to most audiences. But a touring comedy show is highlighting the comedy of Shakespeare while also letting audiences enjoy locally brewed beer while they watch.
The Summer always brings a spike in gasoline prices but this year prices are particularly high, with national prices hitting a multi-year high and the Raleigh-Cary area standing out in North Carolina.
WakeMed Soccer Park has hosted United States Women’s and Men’s National Soccer Teams as they’ve taken on international competition in the past. But for the first time, national women’s teams will compete here to qualify for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
While people who make jewelry may have a big imagination, sometimes creating something modeled on those ideas can be incredibly difficult if not impossible to do by hand. But two jewelers in Morrisville have created a new business using 3D printing to make their ambitious designs a reality.
With three different state championship wins last season, among other accolades, Green Hope High School won the MaxPreps Cup for Fall Sports, beating out high schools from across the country.
After his partner was out with an injury, International Ballet Academy dancer Clark Eselgroth thought he wouldn’t be able to perform his prepared dance at an upcoming competition in New York. But with help from the Orlando Ballet School, Eselgroth has formed a new partnership that is uncommon among ballet students.
The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw lengthy debate over the town’s policy on buying up homes for stormwater alleviation, public comment on proposed apartments at the corner of Maynard and Chapel Hill Road, proposed rezoning for new medical office buildings and more.
Now it its third year, PlaySlam lets audiences see 10 original plays and vote on their favorites to see more. And if you don’t like one of the plays, don’t worry: they’re only three minutes long.
Going to the movie theater is a popular form of entertainment but for people with autism or other sensitivities to unfamiliar environments, it can be difficult. The Cary Theater is working on pilot programs for screenings specifically geared toward these citizens’ sensory needs.