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January 2020 Films at the Cary Theater

Cary, NC – The new decade starts off with a bang at the Cary Theater, with several high-profile independent films playing, as well as new documentaries and live performances in January. Read more

Electric Violin

Local Musician Wants to Share Passion for Electric Violin with the World

Cary, NC – Cary-based musician Matt Bell has made a career out of his love for the electric violin and on his new EP, he said he wants to show people how versatile the instrument is and hopefully reach music students who are losing interest in playing violin. Read more

Cary Community Choir

Cary Community Choir Performs “Messiah” with New Director

Cary, NC – This weekend’s performance of Handel’s “Messiah” is the Cary Community Choir’s 49th, and this year, the choir will perform for the first time with Pepper Choplin as their director. Read more

Davis Drive Middle School

Cary Student Wins Online Art Competition

Cary, NC – A student at Davis Drive Middle School won an online art competition for her interpretive illustration of “Electricity.” Read more

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December 2019 Movies at the Cary Theater

Cary, NC – December means Christmas movies at the Cary Theater, with several interactive screenings including the popular White Christmas Sing-Along. There will also be new feature films and documentaries, as well as live performances and more. Read more

Chinese Lantern Festival

Chinese Lantern Festival Returns With Completely New Displays

Cary, NC – In only five years, the North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival has become a nationally and even internationally-known attraction in Cary. Each year brings totally new handcrafted lanterns and this year takes that even further, with a major change to the iconic dragon. Read more

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November 2019 Films at the Cary Theater

Cary, NC – This month at the Cary Theater, storytellers from around the state come for a two-day festival, plus it’s the return of the Frame by Frame series to analyze classic films and many more new feature films and documentaries. Read more

Kay Kyser

Cary Man Earns Award for Work Honoring NC Music Legend

Cary, NC – During the 1930s and 1940s, one of the biggest stars of music and movies in the country was Kay Kyser, born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. But as his memory has faded, a Cary man has been working to preserve his legacy and earned an award for his work in the process. Read more

Concert Singers of Cary

Concert Singers of Cary Highlight Modern Composure with Focus on Depression

Cary, NC – When people think of classical music concerts, they think of composers who worked hundreds of years ago. But at their latest show, the Concert Singers of Cary will focus on the music of a modern composer and how his music discusses themes of depression and suicide prevention. Read more

Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival

Sick Chick Flicks Returns to Cary with New Films, Panels and Pitch Contests

Cary, NC – For four years now, the Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival has brought horror and horror-tinged films by female directors and writers to the Cary Theater. This year’s festival includes a spotlight on feature-length films, plus new panels and a pitch contest with a cash prize. Read more