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Scumfest!

A couple of weeks ago, the buzz going around town was all about Hopscotch. However, unbeknown to the majority of Raleigh’s indie-rock mainstream, another music festival was in the works: Scumfest 2010 Caboose Reunion Party.

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Mecca: The Oldest and Best Breakfast in Town

Mecca Restaurant is known to many locals as the quintessential lunch spot and the oldest family-run restaurant in Raleigh (and probably in NC). I’m guessing there are many like me, though, that didn’t know until recently (or at all) that they also serve breakfast.

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An Ambitious New Project at The Melrose Knitting Mill

Nearly two years ago I asked: “What’s the future of this building?“. Although readers expressed interest and offered some information, the question couldn’t be clearly answered. Now, I can tell you what the future is: a nightclub/restaurant the likes of which Raleigh has yet to see on the ground level, and office space on the upper levels.
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