What to DO this Week in SouthWestRaleigh

Wondering what to get up to this week? Check out these SWR picks! Packapalooza - Saturday, 8/19 Packapalooza is an all-day block party and street festival capping off Wolfpack Welcome Week at the start of the academic year. The event has...

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Museum Month: The NC Museum of Art

2110 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh 27607 Hours: Tuesday – Thursday 10am-5pm, Friday 10am-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm. The North Carolina Museum of Art is a truly amazing resource that boasts world-class collections and events that connect visitors to a range of art...

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Museum Month: NC Museum of Natural Sciences

11 West Jones Street, Raleigh 27601 Hours: Monday to Saturday 9am -5pm, Sunday: 12 – 5pm. The NC Museum of Natural Sciences was founded in 1887 by decree of the NC General Assembly to “illustrate the…natural history of the state” It has been doing just that for 130...

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What to DO in SouthWestRaleigh this Weekend

Wondering what to get up to this weekend? Check out some of the great stuff going on in SouthWestRaleigh! A Night at the City of Raleigh Museum Sir Walter Raleigh is teaming  up with Sammy the Squirrel – the City of Raleigh Museum mascot – to...

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Museum Month: City of Raleigh Museum

City of Raleigh Museum 220 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh 27610 Hours: Tuesday- Saturday: 9 AM - 4 PM, Sunday: 1 - 4:00 PM. Located in the historic Briggs Hardware building in the heart of downtown, The City of Raleigh Museum reflects a time continuum of the capital...

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Well Fed and Community Grown

By Clodagh Bastian - Raleigh’s Irregardless Café has been a staple on West Morgan Street since 1975. Innovative from its inception, the popular restaurant was the first in town to offer good vegetarian food and nightly live music. It’s now continuing that pioneering...

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From Boys to Men: A Homecoming in Method

By Clodagh Bastian - I pulled into the parking lot on Raleigh’s west side on one of the coldest mornings this year. A small cluster of people stood waiting while several men set up a row of folding tables. As I approached, I was greeted by one of them: John Goode,...

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