Archive for November, 2009
City’s Rewriting of the Development Codes — A Perfect Fit for the Work of the Downtown Living Advocates
If you live or work Downtown, you probably have some interesting stories that our readers would love to know about.
Have a favorite place to dine or shop? Tell our readers about it. What makes this place special? Friends with the business owner? They will appreciate your gift of sharing.
What do you like best about your Downtown building or neighborhood? Others are curious about what its like to live Downtown and would love to know.
As you walk around Downtown, what do you notice that others would find interesting? There is so much happening and changing Downtown, it can be fun to keep others informed.…[ Read More → ]
You may have noticed the First Friday flags that go up in front of galleries and shops on the first friday of each month. These signal that you’re welcome from 6-9PM for good conversation, a wide variety of art, and an opportunity to toast to the growing evening attractions of Downtown.
First Friday started at Artspace many years ago, and until recently most of the action stayed focused there and in the Moore Square Area. But now First Friday celebrations have spread all over Downtown. The Raleigh Contemporary Gallery changed its name to The Mahler Gallery and moved to Fayetteville Street, joined recently by the Collectors Gallery, located on City Plaza.…[ Read More → ]