Paperhand Puppet Intervention returns to Chapel Hill with their new show from August 10 – September 9. “City of Frogs” promises to be a magical and spectacular experience for the whole family.
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How eclectic are you? Are you up for this trifecta of weekend events in Cary: sports, classical music and the Beer Bourbon & BBQ Festival? That’s what’s on the Calendar this weekend in Cary.
At its regular meeting last week, Cary Town Council approved members of a new Technology Task Force. The job of the nine-member group is to recommend ways the Town can the best use of technology in communicating with citizens.
At a ceremony recently at The Matthews House in Cary, Herb Crenshaw of AT&T presented Cary Innovation Center with a check for $5,000, making tangible their support for entrepreneurship in Cary.
As the last weekend of July 2012 burns its way into the history books (it’s going to be another hot one), here are a few weekend events around Cary to help you chill out. As always, more info on the Calendar.
NetApp, one of the world’s largest providers of storage and data management solutions, announced on Monday that it plans to create 460 new jobs in RTP over the next four years.
Fans of the Grateful Dead won’t want to miss this week’s show at Booth Amphitheatre featuring Bob Weir, Phil Lesh and their band Further.
Who can resist a Fourth of July parade or a watermelon eating contest? It was a good time at Bond Park on Independence Day and we’ve got the pictures to prove it.
The Carolina RailHawks defeated Atlanta 2-1 in a wild game on Tuesday, July 3rd that saw two delays due to lightning at Wake Med Soccer Park in Cary.
Hot enough for you? If not, you’ll enjoy the next five days with record setting heat in excess of 100 degrees.