Shake Shack

Triangle’s First Shake Shack Opens with Huge Crowds

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Cary, NC – The Triangle’s first Shake Shack restaurant opened in Cary’s Waverly Place this week, bringing out big crowds that filled the shopping center. Read more

Cary Library

Details on Cary Regional Library, Opening This October

Cary, NC – Downtown Cary’s new library, the Cary Regional Library, is set to open October 2019. Ahead of its opening, here are some details on what to expect and how this library will be distinct from the existing Cary Community Library.

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Weekend Events: Lazy Daze, Live Performances and More

Cary, NC – This weekend, Lazy Daze is back in Cary on Saturday and Sunday. Plus, you can see lots of live music and live comedy all around town, see the North Carolina Courage compete and much more. Read more

Cary Food

Meal Planning 101

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Cary, NC – We get it: everyone leads very busy lives these days. But that doesn’t mean you have to eat your meals based on the drive-thru menu at Chick-Fil-A. With a little planning, you will spend less, waste less and eat healthier. Here’s our primer on Meal Planning 101. Read more

Lazy Daze

Lazy Daze Returns with Celebration of Arts and Summer

Cary, NC – Before the Downtown Cary Park, before the Cary Arts Center, before many of the cultural touchstones that we recognize, there was Lazy Daze. The arts and crafts festival returns to Downtown Cary this month for its 43rd year.

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Cary Mayor

Weekend Events: Live Comedy, Big Concerts and More

Cary, NC – This weekend, have fun around town with both live stand-up comedy and improv comedy at venues around town, plus big concerts at the Cary Theater and Koka Booth Amphitheatre. All that and more in Weekend Events.

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How Does Cary’s Housing Market Compare to the Rest of North Carolina?

Cary, NC – A new study looked at home sales across all of North Carolina, factoring in how long a house stays on the market, how much homes decrease in value and how much negative equity they have, with Cary coming out in the top 10 statewide.

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Cary History

Cary’s Heritage: The Cary Colored School

Cary, NC – In 1893, the two-room segregated Cary Colored School opened off of Shirley Drive behind what is today Cary Elementary School. In 1900, Dr. Rev. Meadows became the principal and one teacher, and Ada Ruffin was the second teacher for grades 1-6. When students graduated from the 6th grade, they were bused to Berry O’Kelly segregated High School in Method, a suburb of Raleigh.

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Weekend Events: Downtown Food and Flea, Live Music and More

Cary, NC – This weekend in Cary, there are multiple live concerts around town, plus Downtown Food and Flea is back and much more.

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Recipe: Shrimp Tacos with Homemade Guacamole and Pico de Gallo

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Cary, NC – Ever since our kids flew the coop, my husband and I have been enjoying making food that we like and eating at all kinds of crazy hours, many times as late as 9 PM. One of our recent late-night summer meals was a dinner of Shrimp Tacos with homemade guacamole and pico de gallo. Fresh and spicy and perfect for our overheated summer here in Cary, NC.

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