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Top 5 Local Restaurant Patios

The first week of July has come and gone, and if the week is foreshadowing of the rest of the month, one thing is for sure: It’s going to be a hot one. As...

DangerWheel Is the Adult Big Wheel Race You Didn’t Know You Needed

Grown-ups can act like kids again during this playful fund-raiser for Pendleton.

The Latte Art Throwdown Is March Madness for Coffee Lovers

We’ve all had them: Beautiful mugs filled to the brim with lattes poured so intricately that their designs look more like pieces of art than Sunday morning pick-me-ups. This week, the area baristas behind...

Top 5 Local Fourth of July Celebrations Worth Checking Out This Year

Whether you’re entertaining kids or just looking for a fun way to celebrate Independence Day with friends, we can all agree that the same old fireworks display year after year can get monotonous. This...

Top 5 Places to Get Frozen Sweet Treats on the First Day of Summer

Today marks the first official day of summer. What better way to celebrate than with a frozen sweet treat?

Daisy Jane’s Flower Truck Spreads Joy with Fresh Mobile Blooms

Megan Moore's red flower truck can be spotted at local markets and events seven days a week this summer.

Pure Barre Will Host Free Classes on the Purple People Bridge This Saturday

More than 1,500 people participated in last year’s Barre on the Bridge event, which five local Pure Barre studios will bring back for a fourth year on June 22.

Top 5 Summer Cinema Must-Sees

We’ve reached the middle of June, summer break is in full-swing for kids and families now face the question of how to spend their summer nights. From bonfires to ice cream dates, the warm...

Top 5 Fifth & Vine Live Acts to Look Forward to This Month

The annual concert series that brings local and regional musicians to the Queen City for free public shows on Fountain Square kicked off May 31. The Fifth & Vine Live Concert Series, sponsored by...

Robin Lacy & DeZydeco Celebrate 30 Years of a Unique Southern Sound

Proceeds from the band’s June 9 show will benefit Play It Forward, a nonprofit organization that supports local musicians, especially in times of extreme need.