Valentine’s Day is practically here and the pressure is on the plan the perfect experience out on the town. Whether you are celebrating Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, or Singles Awareness Day, we are here to take the stress out of your planning. Here is a guide to planning the perfect Valentine’s Day date out in Raleigh, no matter your budget!
Let me start by saying that I do not like Valentine’s Day. I have tried to like it, believe me, but in the end I always regret it. Then, I […]
So you’ve decided to watch the San Francisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl LIV! Whether you are more into the game, the commercials, or the wings, this guide has you covered no matter what part of the Raleigh-area you call home.
Written by Sandi (introvert) I never really got into football growing up so, for me, Super Bowl Sunday is about three things; Eating food, million dollar commercials, and social anxiety. […]
The Bachelorette Party From Hell Once upon a time, I went to a lovely bachelorette party for a close friend. It was a lovely weekend full of laughs and drinks […]
Music, late night entertainment, kids’ night, and secret meeting rooms are just some of the joys of The Big Easy.
Models for Charity helps support local charities with CLASS and STYLE. They have small charity events throughout the year and an anniversary event once a year. 2019’s annual event was a Black and White Gala at Chatham Station in Cary, NC.
The 3rd Thursday of each month from March to October from 6pm to 8pm, Lafayette Village hosts the Wine Walk for Charity. The wine is provided by the various participating stores, restaurants, and service providers.
The BrickUniverse LEGO Fan Expo comes to Raleigh each year in the spring. It brings fun and joy to all ages with models, LEGO miniatures and kit vendors, activities, and some really incredible displays. LEGOs aren’t fun unless you can play with them, so they have stations for all ages to build and design. There were almost as many parents as there were kids building cars, buildings, and space crafts. There was a carpeted area for smaller children, with larger LEGOs, soft toys, and large trains, planes, and cars. There was also plenty of seating for the weary parents at that area. For some of the older kids there was a building contest.
This place is an old favorite of ours. You know those wooden signs with sarcastic messages about alcohol being a solution, according to chemistry? Well, there is no shortage here. Plus, if you are looking for some witty repartee with your bar companion you can choose some fun stumpers from the strategically placed Trivial Pursuit cards. If you happen to not be enjoying your companion, you can also do the same.