Brie Arthur utilizes the space in her yard to grow food amongst ornamental plants. She’s the author of “The Foodscape Revolution: Finding a Better Way to Make Space for Food and Beauty in Your Garden” and speaks at next week’s Raulston Blooms! festival in Raleigh.
The North Carolina Museum of Art presents its third annual Art in Bloom exhibit March 30-April 2, featuring more than 50 floral interpretations of art in the museum’s permanent collection, prepared by designers from across the country.
This weekend kids can take a closer look at heavy equipment and emergency vehicles at Streets of Southpoint in Durham, or experience the African Children’s Choir at Quail Ridge Books in Raleigh. Check out our other picks!
Two of Raleigh’s most anticipated restaurants are about ready to open: Brewery Bhavana and Level7. Plus, So.ca is open in Cameron Village, Poole’s Diner is serving brunch again, and City Barbeque is opening it fourth restaurant in North Raleigh.
The Bulla Youth Center – a multipurpose building owned by historic Edenton Street United Methodist Church across the street – will be ready Sunday morning to host the church’s weekly Southeast Raleigh service.
Cherry Hospital’s leadership said it was having trouble hiring psychiatrists. State officials responded with pay raises ranging from 8 percent to nearly 20 percent, paying far more than other state institutions.
House Bill 435, sponsored by four Republicans, would make it illegal for people under 21 to buy or receive tobacco products, tobacco-derived products, vapor products and cigarette wrapping papers unless they’re active-duty military. Laws raising the age to 21 have been passed in many U.S. cities, Hawaii and California, and a measure is making its way through the Oregon legislature.
Trevor Nelson’s death was one of nearly a dozen fatal opioid overdoses in the Triangle between late November and January. Nearly a half-dozen autopsies made public so far show that fentanyl, a synthetic opioid at least 20 times more powerful than heroin, and furanylfentanyl are listed as the cause of the deaths.
OK Foods, Inc., based in Oklahoma City, Okla., is recalling approximately 933,272 pounds of breaded chicken products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Thursday.
Spring has officially arrived, and with it comes a spate of trunk shows at Galatea Boutique, Main and Taylor and Dress Raleigh. Also, Vineyard Vines hosts a benefit for Ellie’s Hats and Little Earth has fashionable UNC accessories.