September, 2016

Spiced Apple Glazed Chicken Wings

Wingin’ It

Burgers and cornhole, jerseys and painted faces: If you love the game, chances are you love the tailgating too. But what’s a football tailgate…

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Working Women

Catherine Smith resumed her career as an environmental health scientist after 14 years as a stay-at-home mom. Michelle Lombana bridged a 20-year resume gap…

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Two fall fashion shows offer the chance for give-back fun.

Style & Substance

Autumn is taking its sweet time this year, but when it finally arrives, we’ll be ready: Coming up are not one but TWO fall…

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Barbecue or chili? You don't have to choose, with two cook-offs happening locally this Saturday.

Food for All

It’s a tough choice for a fall weekend: barbecue or chili? Good thing you can do both! The BBQ, Blues and Brews Festival kicks…

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Y Learning operates in seven counties throughout the region, thanks to support from the annual SAS Championship.

Where Golf & Learning Meet

The achievement gap – the gap between test scores of low-income students and wealthier students – widened in North Carolina more than in any…

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A scene from the 2015 Women of Western Wake Luncheon.

Let’s Do Lunch

Imagine you, lunching alongside our area’s most accomplished professional women, in the ballroom of The Umstead Hotel. You, learning and laughing during a panel…

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Miracle League of the Triangle is celebrating 10 years of making sure players like Jack Yarborough know the thrill of crossing home plate.

Happy Baseball Birthday

The Miracle League of the Triangle will celebrate 10 years of baseball this Saturday, Sept. 17, as a place where children and adults with…

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Now Open: Maggy Awards Voting

It’s MAGGY time! As a subscriber to Cary Magazine’s enewsletter, you are the first to find out: Voting opens TODAY for our most popular…

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A "Never Forget" flag flies over the Flight 93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania.

American Spirit

Where were you on 9/11? It was a day we will never forget, and one we shouldn’t. Fifteen years after 9/11, towns across Western…

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