Along with musicians and documentaries, the Cary Theater is bringing classic films for July, from America and Japan.
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July 4 is always a big celebration in the United States and it’s no different here in Cary. So to plan out your Independence Day, here are some of the events going on around town.
June saw many new businesses announcing they’re opening, especially in Downtown Cary. Learn about them in the latest Business Bits.
This weekend, the weather will be hot but there are a lot of fun things to do all across Cary, including Art Loop, the North Carolina Symphony at Koka Booth Amphitheater and more.
While Downtown Cary was abuzz for the dedication celebration, North Carolina FC took on the Indy Eleven in a grueling home game that ended in a loss for the home team.
Now that the weather is getting hotter, it is time to be more conscientious about water use. And one easy way to manage your water is by rethinking how you care for your lawn.
There is a lot going on in Cary this weekend, with the big Downtown Dedication celebration, the return of the food truck rodeo for the Summer, multiple live music events and more.
Cary’s Downtown Chowdown is returning for the Summer but before you go looking for your favorite food truck, make sure you know the event’s new location.
For a third year, Cary will taken advantage of the International Day of Yoga to encourage residents to take part in this dynamic and energizing form of exercise. And on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, you can take part in several free yoga events.
The North Carolina Courage continue to be the most dominant team in the National Women’ Soccer League, defeating the Boston Breakers at home in Cary.