Our town is home to many creative minds, from entrepreneurs to artists. Among those artists is filmmaker Karim Shyllon, who used the stories of friends and family to put together a new movie, shot mostly in Cary using local talents.
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Across Cary and the Research Triangle, there are many different Mediterranean restaurants reflecting a variety of countries and cultures. So to stand out, Cary’s new Nile Café and Bakery is working to be different and offer Egyptian food customers cannot find around town.
The last Cary Town Council meeting of October saw several issues of construction and development bring out community members to voice their opinions and took Town Council into the long hours of the night to discuss.
People who like going to the movies may joke and say they could watch movies all day long. With the upcoming Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival, they will get that chance with 12 straight hours of short films all playing at the Cary Theater.
If you and your partner wrestle with the bedsheets and find you have different sleep needs, then Jonathan and Mollee Lamm know your struggle. That is why they have created a local bed sheet company for this exact problem and have just started taking orders.
As Wake County’s population gets older, the need for medical care increases. To meet this demand, Cary’s Transitions LifeCare recently took up the first steps to construct two new wings for its hospice patients.
After five years in Waverly Place, the Waverly Artists Group Studio and Gallery will be closing. In their short time, they have been voted as the best gallery in Cary, hosted more than 2000 guests and have made a significant impact in Cary’s art scene.
Vampires had their heyday in pop culture but now zombies seem to be the favorite Halloween ghoul. And zombie fans will have their fill with the Cary Theater’s first Zombiepalooza bringing the living dead to downtown.
If you’ve had a hard time keeping track of time lately, there may be a good reason for that. Construction along Academy Street revealed Cary’s downtown clock revealed little foundation around the clock’s base and it fell down, temporarily putting it out of order.
If you have old pieces of art and furniture from grandparents or older generations, somewhere in the back of your mind you may have wondered “How much is this worth nowadays?” You could finally get an answer for that as appraisal expert Ken Farmer comes to Cary to examine antiques.