According to a study conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2013, Americans produced 254 million pounds of trash but only recycled about 30% of that. The EPA also estimates that approximately 75% of trash is recyclable, This means that about 45% of what we throw away could be recycled, but end up crowding our landfills instead. Reborn Clothing Co in Raleigh NC seeks to combat this problem head on.
St. Patrick’s Day is synonymous with green beer (more on that later) and drunken debauchery till the wee hours of the morning. Nothing ruins my night quicker than drunken fools slurring words, yelling, and spilling drinks on others. Let’s be honest, it’s much more fun to be the drunken fool, than to watch the drunken fool. So, how to tolerate the craziness? Three ways: (1) don’t participate, (2) kind-of participate, or (3) relish being the fool (drunken or not). No matter your preference, we’ve got you covered.
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 […]
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.