Archive for September, 2011
The NCDOT has developed a new high speed rail alignment in response to concerns expressed last summer from residents and businesses in and around Downtown Raleigh. The public is invited to attend a Project Update Meeting on Tuesday, Sept 27th from 4 till 7 PM at the Raleigh Convention Center, 500 S. Salisbury Street to learn about this new rail alternative developed for the SEHSR corridor.
To get you up to speed for the meeting, here’s what you need to know to catch up to the issues involved.
Where we left off last summer
Two official alignments were proposed last summer by the NCDOT, and another was developed by a group of citizens.…[ Read More → ]
For the third year in a row, Raleigh’s Mosaic Wine et Lounge will present its ever growing seasonal dance music festival — staying true to form and raising the ambitious bar of innovative, live entertainment in the Triangle.
Over the course of 10 straight nights, this veteran club recognized for its dedication to bringing world-wide flavors of sensational sound to the Triangle dance music and entertainment scene promises a detailed pairing of internationally renowned DJs and producers intermixed with Triangle and North Carolina-based talent.
Keith Ward, resident Mosaic DJ and MFMF Program Director has crafted an experience that he intends to be as intoxicating for the visiting DJs as it will be for the reveling dancers in attendance.
“Since the inception of this festival in 2009, the goal has been to create an environment that not only allows the audience to interact with world-class DJs in an up close and personal way, but to also bring to the Triangle the same energy and cultural movements of sound that are happening all over the globe in major markets. To have a dance experience in such an intimate space like Mosaic with these creative talents just doesn’t happen everyday,” notes Ward. “For local and surrounding area audiences that can’t travel to London’s Fabric or New York’s Cielo or Miami’s Mansion to get into the sound of this caliber, this is for you.”
With up to 75 artists currently programmed, the vibe will range from Deep House to Techno to Down Tempo to various forms of EDM with each thematic evening offering a variation of outdoor patio and indoor house sets grooving simultaneously.…[ Read More → ]