Cary Theater

November 2018 Films at the Cary Theater

Cary, NC – In November, the Cary Theater is playing several Burt Reynolds in a tribute to the late actor as well as films and documentaries about cats and dogs, new feature films, live performance and much more.

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Money Matters: 529s and Estate Planning: What’s the Connection?

Editor’s Note: Briant Sikorski from Stratos Wealth Partners in Cary contributed this article.

Cary, NC – Assets in 529 plans have grown significantly in recent years due to their college planning potential. But there’s another side to 529 plans that may appeal to you – potential estate planning benefits.1 Read more

Parts of Chatham Street, Waldo Rood Closed This Week

Cary, NC – As part of road resurfacing, portions of West Chatham Street and Waldo Rood Boulevard will be closed starting the week of Monday, October 29, 2018. Read more

Pictures: Fall for Cary Festival 2018

Cary, NC – Saturday, October 27, 2018 saw the Fall for Cary festival on Academy Street and elsewhere in Downtown Cary. Read more

Fenton

Business Bits: Fenton Development, Cary Businesses and More

Cary, NC – As the year winds down, there is not as much new business news in town but we do have a few big items to note as new tenants are announced for the Fenton development and new health and fitness related businesses come to the area. Read more

Ivey Ellington House

Ivey-Ellington Roof Undergoes Stabilization, Re-Painting to Original Colors

Cary, NC – Visitors to Chatham Street may notice a change to one of Downtown Cary’s most historic buildings as the Ivey-Ellington House’s roof has been stripped and re-painted as part of a stabilization effort by the Town of Cary. Read more

Fenton

Honeysuckle Gelato Set to Open in Fenton Development

Story originally appeared on FoodCary.

Cary, NC – Honeysuckle Gelato is a growing brand in the dessert category across the Southeast and Cary is set to get one of these stores in the new Fenton development after Columbia made the announcement earlier this month. Read more

Cary Ranks Among Top Five Towns for Used Cars in State

Cary, NC – A new study on the affordability of buying a used car suggests not only is Wake County one of the better counties in North Carolina to buy a used car but Cary is one of the best municipalities state-wide, ranking third out of more than 700 towns and cities researched. Read more

Bernard and Huey

Cary Theater Screens Comedy More than 30 Years in the Making

Cary, NC – One of the benefits of having an art house movie theater in Cary is being able to see smaller touring films and this weekend, the comedy “Bernard and Huey” plays at the theater, directed by Dan Mirvish and written by cartoonist and screenwriter Jules Feiffer in 1986 and based on characters he created from the late 1950s. Read more

Fall for Cary

Fall for Cary Festival Expands Across Downtown in 10th Year

Cary, NC – Last year’s Fall for Cary Festival brought more than 5,000 people to Downtown Cary and this year has even more in store as two new areas are added along W Chatham Street and events are looped in to keep guests occupied all day long. Read more