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.
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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.
Only 119 dancers worldwide are invited to compete USA International Ballet Competition this year, considered the Olympics of ballet. And one of those 119 is Maddison Goodman, trained here at the Cary Ballet Conservatory.
For many years, Cary has been the epicenter for celebrating Turkish poet, playwright and activist Nâzim Hikmet with a poetry competition and readings. Now in its 10th year, the annual celebration and festival will stretch to multiple days to introduce people to different facets of poetry.
As three musicians from three different religious backgrounds, Abraham Jam demonstrates how people can come together through harmonious music and a variety of instruments.
As Wake County works on expanding public transportation, the other side of traffic mitigation is road infrastructure. At a recent meeting, an NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT) engineer laid out the coming highway improvements that are currently funded.
Short films are often screened once a year and then are hard to find for your average movie fan. But for more than a year, Motion for Pictures at the Cary Theater has brought a diverse array of short films to audience every month.
Charity and competition come together in the annual “Dancing Like The Stars” fundraiser, with dancers from Cary’s Fred Astaire Dance Studio paired with local celebrities to put on an exciting evening.
In the only Cary Town Council regular meeting of March, the Town Council had a relatively light agenda, including votes on PDD amendments and funding for infrastructure in Cary and more.