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Guide: New Year’s Eve 2015 in Cary

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This list of events features a wide range of options--Cary offers celebrations for all ages from casual to elegant. The events are sorted by type, so take a look to go ahead and firm up your plans! Just remember to have fun and stay safe.…

Don’s Blog: Transit and a Worksession

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Improved bus service makes sense. It utilizes existing infrastructure. It is far more cost effective than rail service and, unlike rail, routes can be adjusted or moved based on demand. Once the rail tracks are down that’s it – you ain't moving them.…

Recipe: Braised Pork Chops

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I always like to sear a piece of meat in a pan and then pour in some liquid and let it simmer for an hour. The meat has all the flavor you lose in boiling but is as tender as a four-hour stew.…

Movie Review: Exodus

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Exodus has the benefit of today’s technology to fully realize events like the parting of the Red Sea, but it lacks the spirit of wonder and awe that filled the classic sword and sandal epics.…

Weekend: Holiday Cheer for the Whole Family

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A Victorian Christmas in the Square will be held under the Crossroads Plaza Christmas tree from 6-8 pm on Friday evening. Attendees can enjoy free hot chocolate, coffees, crepes, appetizers, and music from professional carolers dressed in authentic Victorian costume.…

Canes End Their Horrible Road Trip

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The problem is that the Carolina Hurricanes don't play much better at the PNC Arena than they do while away, as they scored just five goals in their last four home games. The Canes scored two goals in their only win and scored just a lone goal in all others.…

3 Steps to Protect Your Pet During the Holidays

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The holiday season is the most dangerous time of the year for our pets. Read on, and learn how to protect your dogs and cats from poisoning, extreme temperatures, and emotional and physical distress.…

Cary’s Jewish Cultural Festival: Coming Dec 22

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The festivities will kick off at 5 pm on December 22 with the lighting of a nine-foot menorah. After, citizens of all ages can enjoy traditional and Kosher Jewish foods, entertainment by singers, a puppeteer, lots of hands-on activities for children, and a Klezmer band.…

Recipes: Homemade Christmas Candy

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We've found that homemade candy is the perfect treat to give out as little gifts to neighbors, teachers, bus drivers, friends, and extended family around the holidays. Then, we save our "big dinner" for Christmas Eve and snack on the leftover candy and appetizers on Christmas Day. …

Film Review: Because No One Else Would

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Because No One Else Would is a half-hour documentary that tells the story of Durham's transformation from busted to boom town over the last decade. …

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