January 2022, Issue II
A memorial bell with Martin Luther King Jr.'s name and the words LET FREEDOM RING
Exploring Black History in Raleigh, N.C.
Explore more than 20 African American heritage and historic sites, cultural markers that commemorate Black excellence, determination, struggle and pride—all which have shaped our capital city. SEE MORE
Things to Do in February in Raleigh, N.C.
Ballet dancers performing in white tutus with their hands elegantly above their heads
From hockey games to ballet dates, we've rounded up the biggest events of Feb. in the Raleigh area. SEE LIST
10 of the Best Weekend Getaway Itineraries in the Raleigh Area
The front of Heights House Hotel, a gray-painted Italianate-style mansion
Looking to treat yourself to a weekend getaway in the coming months? Browse these weekend getaway ideas for a trip to the City of Oaks and book your stay in one of the area's most unique hotels! SEE IDEAS
Exquisite Creatures on Display Through March 20
Exquisite Creatures: The Art of Christopher Marley graphic with blue, white and purple butterflies surrounding the exhibit name
Artist Christopher Marley's Exquisite Creatures exhibition, a vibrant exploration of art and nature, has received rave reviews. It's on display at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences for just seven more weeks! GET DETAILS
American Aquarium's Ultimate Guide to Downtown Raleigh Eats
Graphic for the Roadtrip to Raleigh concert with the blue words over a green graphic of the state of N.C. with a star plotting the city of Raleigh
With local band American Aquarium’s seventh annual Roadtrip to Raleigh taking place Feb. 3-5 at Lincoln Theatre (with very limited tickets remaining), frontman BJ Barham shares his favorite downtown spots for good eats ahead of the big weekend of shows. SEE LIST
Artwork from the exhibit
Provocative Truths at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design

crossed kalunga by the stars & other acts of resistance features work by seven contemporary artists who evidence transformative and contested circumstances in their production (open through March 12). DETAILS
Fly Confident. Fly RDU.
Fly Confident at RDU International Airport

RDU International Airport has been hard at work maintaining safety measures around the terminals. On your next visit, look for distancing signage, hand-sanitizing stations and much more. READ MORE

Mask Requirements in Effect: Most of Raleigh Area
Face masks are required indoors within Raleigh city limits as well as Garner, Knightdale, Morrisville, Rolesville and Zebulon town limits, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are also required in unincorporated areas of Wake County. READ MORE

Featured Photos 
Pathway leading to the North Carolina State CapitolA chicken sandwich with pimento cheese A reflection pool with a large piece of outdoor art in the backgroundA large, scenic golf course with each hole well-lit at night

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North Carolina State Capitol@raleighphotos
Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park at North Carolina Museum of Art@donhodius
Knights Play Golf Center, Apex@carolina_pines_golf
BB's Crispy Chicken@lifewithhanny

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