There was quite a line for the porta-pottys.

Oak City Portraits: Brewgaloo

North Carolina's largest craft beer festival Brewgaloo drew thousands of thirsty festival-goers to the streets of Downtown Raleigh this weekend. The Record even managed to get in on some of the fun by having people write down their favorite things about Raleigh on signs we hung in our tent.


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Blue Green Construction was issued permits back in October for a single-family home at 301 Wade Avenue, located right at the split between Wade and West Streets and next to the railroad bridge.

A Place at the Table held a pop-up cafe event at Solas on Glenwood on Saturday

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Pay-what-you-can restaurant A Place at the Table won't be opening in Raleigh until January 2017, but it's holding a series of pop-up events around the city in the meantime to spread the word about their organization. The first such event was this past Saturday at Solas.


Oak City Portraits: Hillsborough Street Construction

A quick photographic tour of the current status of a few ongoing construction projects on Hillsborough Street, including the Hillsborough Street Lofts, 2304 Hillsborough and the former Varsity Theater/Hillsborough Street Textbooks soon to be H-Street Kitchen.

This building at 510 West Martin is scheduled for demolition, but a local graffiti artist got to it first.

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Record editor James Borden brings us a shot of a building in the warehouse district that got tagged up before it gets torn down.