Movie Reviews: Kong: Skull Island and Get Out

Cary, NC – Kong: Skull Island is a monstrously good time at the movies. This latest iteration of King Kong wastes no time in getting to the good stuff, fills the screen with likable and memorable characters and features some truly insane action beats. That’s definitely a compliment by the way. Read more

Cary Non-Profits Get Funding From 2016 Lazy Daze

Cary, NC – Last year’s Lazy Daze was the largest in Cary history and has spurred the town to make it a two-day event for the foreseeable future. On top of that, the funds raised by the festival have gone to benefit dozens of Cary non-profits. Read more

2017 Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in Cary

Cary, NC – Once a year, everyone gets to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and Irish culture and that’s no different in Cary and Morrisville. So to help plan out your St. Patrick’s Day, here are the events going on around town. Read more

Movie Reviews: Logan and Toni Erdmann

Logan

Cary, NC – Logan is not your typical comic book movie. Director James Mangold (The Wolverine, Walk The Line) has made a classic western/family drama that just so happens to feature superheroes. The result is a fantastic last at bat for Hugh Jackman as the titular mutant character, giving perhaps the best performance of his career and a chance to go out on top. Read more

Coming Films to the Cary Theater – March

Cary, NC – The Oscars is over and it’s a whole new year of movies. This month, see popular independent and foreign films, beloved classics as well as the Town of Cary’s tribute to journalist Cash Michaels. Read more

Lori’s Blog: Documentary Film Screening

Cary, NC – Last night I had the opportunity to see a thought provoking documentary by Zach Galifianakis called, “Democracy for Sale.”

Yeah, I know, you don’t think of Zach of The Hangover Movie fame as being the that kind of guy, but I have to say I was impressed.

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Cary Teen Aims to be Youngest Theatre Competition Winner

Cary, NC – Every year, Raleigh Little Theatre holds a fundraising competition that gathers singers and performers from around North Carolina. And this year, a Cary teenager is competing in hopes to be the competition’s youngest ever winner. Read more

Local Plays Written, Directed and Acted by Cary Artists

Cary, NC – It is often hard to find the time to go see a play, let alone more than one. But an upcoming production will let audiences see eight plays in one night for free, all specially selected to inspire and engage with crowds. Read more

Movie Reviews: A Cure For Wellness and Elle

A Cure For Wellness

Cary, NC – Director Gore Verbinski (The RingPirates of the Carribean) returns to the horror genre with A Cure For Wellness. The film is filled with atmosphere and terrifying imagery, and while it can’t quite stick the landing, credit must be given for Verbinski trying something so daring and dark on a big studio level. Read more

Progress Report: Downtown Park

Cary, NC – One of the biggest changes coming to Downtown Cary this year will be the addition of the Downtown Park. We checked in on the park’s progress, plans for the site and show some photos of how it looks now. Read more