Dance: The Legend of Anastasia Performed

Cary Ballet Conservatory dances Anastasia for their June recital

Story by Lindsey Chester, photos by Brooke Meyer

Cary, NC- Cary Ballet Conservatory tackles  a legend in this season’s production of Anastasia beginning Thursday night at Chapel Hill High School. Read more

Bridesmaids- Funny Women Get Their Own Movie

Film Review by Brennin Cummings for CaryCitizen.

The past couple years have been filled to the brim with “bro” comedies thanks to Judd Apatow: The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Funny People. But decent comedies about female friendships have been in scarce supply. Those that have been made were too often written off as chick flicks or romantic comedies. Read more

Fire in Morrisville

Story and photos by Hal Goodtree

Morrisville, NC – A little over a week ago, fire took a small home on Church Street in Morrisville. I wandered over a few days later to take some pictures and met Mary Upchurch, who grew up in the house. Read more

Theater: Jack & Jill Go Up The Hill

Jim Azarelo and Noelle Barnard play "Jack & Jill" in FATE's new work June 16-18.

Review and photos by Lindsey Chester

Cary, NC- Just like the nursery rhyme, the characters in F.A.T.E.’s new play “Jack & Jill”, experience the uphill and downhill tumbles of love relationships. Read more

Fashion: Subtle for Sultry Days

At The Loft: ruffles, drapey necklines and subtle animal prints herald summer

Story and photos by Lindsey Chester

Cary, NC- I took a quick tour of Cary Towne Center Mall this week and I saw summer style that will be pretty and comfortable for our sweltering summer days ahead. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Replacing Erv Portman, Dateline, the President and More

From the blog of Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht, covering the week through June 12, 2011.

Because I was on vacation, this is the first post in two weeks. The last couple of weeks have included a lot of high school graduation activity in addition to some national media involvement. Read more

Foxes and Barking Frogs

Story by Matt Young. Photo by Todd Barrow.

Cary, NC – Last weekend, I had neighbors sitting on my front porch. Fans going. Tikis blazing. It was about 10 pm. Read more

Legal Issues Remain in David Bowden Case

Story by Matt Young. Photos by Hal Goodtree.

Cary, NC – William “David” Bowden, the man who painted his house with a message to communicate displeasure to the Town of Cary, passed away at age 69 on June 1 after a fight with lung cancer. But the legal issues live on. Read more

Humorist: Applying for a Job

Story by Cris Cohen. Photo by  Hobvias Sudoneighm.

When applying for a job, it is best to be upfront about any limitations you may have. “Although I am willing to relocate, I am required to alert the authorities whenever I move.” However, if honesty will not help your chances, there are various other creative tactics that you can employ, most of which do not involve firearms or the sale of candid photos. Read more

CaryCitizen Hit By Server Mishap

Story by Hal Goodtree, Publisher of CaryCitizen. Picture from Skullbox.net.

Cary, NC – If you’ve been wondering where CaryCitizen has been for the past few days, the answer is sure to bring a shudder to many in the local IT community. Read more