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TheBeltlineBuzz                November 7, 2011

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Something Old, Something New
3-D Martinis at the MAX
Live Music Venues
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JLR Cookbook

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Something Old, Something New - Estate Trunk Show at Bailey's


You've no doubt noticed the current obsession with antiques, found objects and taxidermy in restaurants and bars.  If you're into "what's old is new again" consider attending the Bailey's Estate Trunk Show Nov. 11th and 12th. 


Bailey's Fine Jewelry will host its largest Estate Trunk Show in store history in both Raleigh stores. The Estate Trunk Show will travel to the Cameron Village store on Friday, Nov. 11 and the Crabtree Valley Mall Bailey's Estate Trunk Showstore on Saturday, Nov. 12 The Estate Trunk show will include pieces from the Bailey's Estate & Antique Collection and the renowned Singer Collection. The additional Singer Collection pieces from New York City will provide customers the opportunity to see special pieces not normally available for purchase in the store. 


The Singer Collection was founded in 1982 by Stephen L. Singer and is a continuation of his family business which began in 1901. Located in New York City, Singer houses one of the country's most extensive collections of estate jewelry. The collection includes Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco, Retro era pieces and other precious heirlooms.


The Estate Trunk Show will feature over $3 million worth of inventory, with pieces ranging from $400 to over $35,000. The show will also include celebrity pieces previously owned by Bob Hope, Tony Curtis, opera singer Beverly Sills and even a piece given to Mia Farrow by her good friend, Frank Sinatra.


In 2008, Bailey's had the idea to start a collection of unique pieces with personalities that were still affordable and accessible to patrons. From this idea, the Bailey's Fine Jewelry Estate & Antique Collection was launched and has been a huge success ever since. Bailey travels across the country picking up one-of-a-kind pieces to add to the Estate Collection.  
For more information, please call toll-free (866) 725-3111 or visit Website



Perfect for the 'Wiching Hour' - Which Wich Superior Sandwiches


In a city filled with heroes, hoagies, subs, and clubs, one misstep and you're toast.  Which is why we're excited about the newest member of the upper crust.  Which Wich opened last Monday at North Hills Commons, Which Wichlocated to the right of the Regal Movie Theater. 


Which Wich® is a fresh, innovative concept featuring superior sandwiches served in an edgy, magnetic environment. In addition to more than 50 customizable "wiches" including the signature Wicked® loaded with five meats and three cheeses, Which Wich® is known for its revolutionary ordering system. 


Find the bag with the category you want, grab a red Sharpie®, and mark up the pre-printed menu on the sandwich bag. Select your sandwich, then choose the bread, cheese, spreads, and veggies. Your wich is prepared just the way you want it and delivered in your personalized sandwich bag.


Hours: Sun. - Thurs. 10am - 10pm, Fri. - Sat. 10am - 11pm. Two more Which Wich franchises are in the Raleigh area, Brier Creek and Lake Boone Trail. Website. For menu Click Here.  


No matter how you slice it, they're on a roll.



Good Pointe - Footlights in North Hills


You've always had prima ballerina dreams. Hence the ballet flats, wrap sweaters, and ex who still calls you The Nutcracker.  Too bad the highlight of your dance career was tripping over your tutu in fourth grade.  But your kid is a different story.  Pirouette her over to Footlights in North Hills.


Footlights a destination store for dancers has moved to North Hills. ThisFootlights store serves aspiring students and the professionals by supplying a comprehensive selection of dance shoes, bodywear including leotards, tights, skirts, and jazz pants, accessories and gifts for all genres of dance and gymnastics.  Children's sizes range from Toddler to Pre-teen. Adult sizes range from Petite to Plus. Add a dance bag, hair accessories, foot care items or a dance gift for a completed shopping experience. They also carry an extensive selection of Ben Nye theatrical makeup for all performers. 


Their experienced staff will fit you properly in a pair of dance shoes. The extensive inventory includes ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, character, Irish, and ballroom shoes. 


Special Deal for Nutcracker Performers: 20% discount on dress requirements. 


Footlights hours: Mon-Wed. 10-6, Thurs. 10-7, Fri 10-6 and Sat. 10-5. 4421 Six Forks Rd 103B, North Hills Raleigh, 27609. (919)784-9499, fax (919) 784-9488 Website


Consider this your long-awaited encore.  And this time, watch out for flying roses!



How Fitting - lululemon athletica in North Hills


If health is wealth, then it's time to shake your moneymaker and get over luluto a yoga-inspired athletic gear shop debuting in North Hills.


Lululemon Athletica has moved to North Hills next to Total Wine. The large retail store will inspire you inside and out to become a healthier well-being. "Your outlook on life is a direct reflection of how much you like yourself"; a 'lulu' quote given to you for inspiration and reflection while shopping for your exercise attire. 


Founded in Vancouver in 1998, the first lululemon shared its retail space with a yoga studio. They've been growing ever since, and their technical yoga and running clothes are now available in countries all over the world. lululemon makes technical athletic apparel for yoga, running, dancing, and

Thomas Sayre for Lululemon
Thomas Sayre commissioned sculpture for Lululemon

most other sweaty pursuits.


Complimentary yoga classes led by a certified yoga instructor are offered every Sunday from 10:30 to 11:30am in the store. All display racks and bins are rolled away for a clean, clear surface to accommodate all. Bring your yoga mat and join the fun. 


lululemon athletica: 4421 Six Forks Rd Suite 113, Raleigh, 27609.  919-784-9044 Email:  Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am-7pm, Sun: 12pm-5pm. Website.


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3-D Martinis at the MAX


New Way to Bond:  How do you like your documentaries ... shaken, not stirred?  Well, here's your chance to enjoy Martinis to the Max, a 3-M ("martini, mingle, movie") night downtown at the Marbles IMAX Theatre in Raleigh.  On Thursday, November 10 the "MAX" will be serving up Martinis at the MAXspecialty Marbletinis, beer, wine and light appetizers before (and during) the inspiring documentary "The Wildest Dream: Conquest of Everest".  Tickets** ($20 per guest; $10 per Power Pass holder) include movie admission, a cocktail of your choice and light appetizers.  Additional cocktails may be purchased at the cash bar.  Doors open at 5:30pm; Film show time is at 6:30pm; & Last call is at 7:45pm.


Last call?  Hardly ... If you can't make it this Thursday, you'll have another chance.   Martinis to the MAX will be a regularly scheduled event (every second Thursday of the month - except December).  Irregardless Cafe is a partner of the event so you know the food will be good.  And for the Marbletinis?  Well, we'll let you argue the pro's and con's of "shaken, not stirred".  Hint ... it depends on whether it's a gin or vodka martini.  Either way, it will add a new dimension to the 3-D experience.
Questions? Contact Sarah Walston at 919.857.1085 or e-mail.  Event proceeds benefit Marbles Kids Museum, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.  Website (scroll to bottom for Ticket order form) ** All ticketholders must be 21 years of age or older.



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Cary Academy Holiday Shoppe:
Thursday, Dec. 1, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 6:30-9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information about the Holiday Shoppe 2011 call 919-228-4653 or visit

Fall Savings at McKenzie Tribe: The fall season is here, and so are great Fall Fashions @ McKenzie Tribeselections of new clothes & accessories at McKenzie Tribe! New items from Bird Dog Bay, Collared Greens, A Tail We Can Wag, Peter Millar, and more!  Leather Jackets - 40% Off, Fall Woven Shirts - 40% Off, Selected Slacks - 25% Off, L/S Knit Shirts - $ 39.00, Wool & Cashmere Blazers 25% Off, Scott & Charters at McKenzie Tribe 25% Off. McKenzie Tribe has the perfect outfit for football games or a night out on the town. Please stop in the store and to see the new fall line. Website


Beehive GirlsBeehive Girls: thanks you for stopping my our booth at the Jr. League Shopping Spree. If you missed us or still need some great holiday gifts, please stop by on November 25 - 27: Christmas Carousel Holiday Festival, Jim Graham Bldg. NC State Fairgrounds Booth #1605




Simply-Refined: Just relocated to the Triangle from Miami. This designer Start thinking Holidaysmay be new to the area, but comes to us with over 20 years of Interior Design experience. Seasoned years along with availability to cutting edge resources are only two reasons to contact Simply-Refined for your Interior design needs. Website. It's time to start thinking about the Holidays! Call to reserve time if you'd like your home decorated by a professional.


4000 Ebenezer Church Rd 3 Acre Family Estate on Ebenezer Church Rd
... Selling 2 Homes separately or together as one package at listing price of $1,130,000.  4000 Ebenezer Church Rd. - $739,900. 3940 Ebenezer Church Rd. - $399,900. Contact: Jill C. Rekuc, Owner/Broker, Olde Raleigh Real Estate,3940 Ebenezer Church Rd LLC. 919-389-0555, Email. Website.

Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd. - November 12, 2011 - Estate Treasures Auction - 1:00 PM This sale includes a special listing of unique Medical Accoutrements. Other local estates and collections offered include estate jewelry, paintings, furniture, rugs, works on paper, clocks, decorative accessories, pottery, and more! No reserves! Absentee and phone bidding are available!

Y'all Hungry? Then be our guest for a second helping of Raleigh's favorite JLR Cookbook recipes from The Junior League of RaleighYou're Invited Back is a beautiful cookbook loaded with menus to choose from, JLR Cookbookwhether planning a casual picnic, elegant dinner, or holiday brunch. Some of the recipes are new and some have been handed down through generations of families here in Raleigh. You're Invited Back for another round of Southern hospitality.  Where to purchase 'You're Invited Back': Taylors in Glenwood Village; Lavender & Lace, Bailey's Fine Jewelry, Charlotte's and The Bargain Box in Cameron Village; Charlotte's, Tyler House, Quintessentials & Monkee's in North Hills; The Paper Company in Holly Springs; the NC Museum of History gift shop; A Southern Season in Chapel Hill; The Angus Barn; and Quail Ridge Books and The Wine Merchant in Ridgewood Shopping Center. Or to order online, Click Here.

FOR SALE: 1988 Bayliner Trophy 24' Hardtop Cuddy Cabin / Offshore Walk Around - $7500 (Raleigh, NC) This is a great cruising/fishing/fun 1988 Bayliner Trophy 24'boat! Low hours on new inboard engine installed 2004. Outdrive fully serviced including new water pump (2008). New items include: Depth/fish finder, VHF radio, Lowrance full-color GPS, Stereo/CD player, Cabin hatch, Cabin cushions and carpet, Trailer tires (2007), Exhaust risers and elbows (2011). Key features: Cabin sleeps 2 adults/2 kids or 3 adults. Includes new Porta-John. Galley includes built in ice box, sink, storage cabinet, and counter for stove. Cockpit has high sides to keep kids safe and includes built-in tackle box, live bait well, live fish well, rod storage and 5 gunnel-mounted rod holders for trolling. Navigation/safety equipment includes Lowrance full-color GPS, 2nd backup GPS, 2 oil-filled compasses, and VHF radio. Bowsprit for easy anchoring, Cuddy cabin for overnight stays, Covered pilot house for any weather, Open cockpit for fishing and sun. Boat rides well and dry. Trailer included. Located in Raleigh. Call Ted Morris at 252.737.1341 or email at

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I recognize the unmet needs of Julie Massarellithose who're wrestling with dis-ease, mediocrity, and imbalance.  Clinical counseling at one's convenience allows the client a sense of comfort and control.  We can meet in my home office or in a location of your choice.  I look forward to identifying and overcoming everyday barriers of those who desire to move from potential to potency. Julia Massarelli Call:  919.621.5735 Email: 




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