A Christmas Carol in Raleigh

Playing with Tradition

Since 1974, The cast of Theatre in the Park’s A Christmas Carol has been revving up the classic play with irreverent humor. The Raleigh troupe never loses sight, however, of the story’s core message.
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The Evening Muse, Charlotte, N.C.

The Evening Muse

For nine years, this North Davidson neighborhood club has offered performers and fans a venue dedicated to the music.
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Banks Dixon

Beyond the Rush

In our cities, wilderness tends to take its last stand along the rivers. A Durham river guide devotes his days to helping others experience the serenity still found along the Triangle’s urban waterways.
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City By Design

City by Design, an Architectural Perspective of Charlotte

The coffee-table book includes an insightful narrative on the city’s history and vision for the future.
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Elizabeth City, N.C.

Elizabeth City

With the largest collection of Antebellum homes and buildings in the state and rich traditions like the Rose Buddies reception, the county seat of Pasquotank hums with history and community.
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EUE / Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington, N.C.

Hollywood East: Screen Gems Studios

During weekend tours of EUE/Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington, visitors glimpse the magic at work in some of their favorite movies and television shows.
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North Carolina Museum of Art

State of the Art: North Carolina Museum of Art

When the doors opened at the new North Carolina Museum of Art in 2010, visitors experienced art in an innovative environment enhanced by natural connections.

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Trade Street in the Winston-Salem Arts District

An Abbreviated History of Winston-Salem

Tied together by tobacco, the Camel City sparks with a vibrant arts community, Moravian heritage, and downtown destinations.
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